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Well known to everyone at Longmeadow 
High School is MISS MARGERY D. BAIRD, 
our librarian. From her come suggestions for 
that all-important book report, or a cheerful 
hello to brighten any day. She is more than the 
person who tries to keep seniors quiet in the 
library: she is recognized as the friend, com- 
panion, and unofficial advisor of us all. 

During the few years that our school has 
existed, it has grown in many ways. Miss Baird, 
as one of the original members of the faculty, 
has been closely connected with every phase of 
change and development. Throughout this pe- 
riod of expansion, her constant helpfulness, her 
pleasant personality, and her quick perception 
have been valued at one time or another by 
every member of our class. She has watched 
this class progress, and has taken a vital inter- 
est in our every step. 

Miss Baird, we thank you for your sincere 
and enduring friendship. 







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'Dedication 



The strength of our sports and physical edu- 
cation program is due to the work of ROBERT 
D'AGOSTINO, better known as Coach. No 
one could ask for a more skillful man as direc- 
tor of athletics, for his guidance and knowledge 
keep our teams victorious. More important, 
however, than his guidance of winning teams 
has been his role, from the very first year of 
the school's history, in creating our reputation 
for good sportsmanship. 

And yet his contributions do not end even 
here. Coach can also take pride in knowing that 
he has been a major force in building the char- 
acter of each of us. His management, advice, 
and winning smile show his sincere interest in 
every student, and sometimes the keeness of his 
wit is used to remind his players that a team 
must be more than one man. 

Thank you, Mr. DAgostino, for giving us 
the right start toward all our futures. 



Two special people have helped our 
school to grow, have helped us to grow 
from freshmen into seniors, and have 
given us a sense of sincerity and honor to 
carry with us all of our lives. The work 
of Coach DAgostino lights the way for 
our growth of body and spirit, and Miss 
Baird encourages us to grow in knowledge 
and personality. We, the class of 1962, 
acknowledging their constant friendship 
and untiring assistance, dedicate this year- 
book to Margery D. Baird and Robert 
DAgostino. 







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As time goes on our capacity for under- 
standing ourselves and our world deepens. 
Only by continuing this growth after our 
high school years can we achieve success 
and happiness. Today is not the end of our 
development, but the roots with which it 
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Mrs. Russell Dale; Mr. Richard Holter; Mr Reynolds; 
Mr. Robert Brigham; Mrs. Charles Carter. 



TO THE SENIORS: 

Growth and expansion have typified your lives since birth. 
You have grown individually in many ways. You have watched 
your schools, your town, and your country grow. In these 
dynamic days, growth will continue to be a characteristic 
of your lives, but from this point on, it will depend more and 
more on your own desire to grow. 

You have earned a sound basic education. You must not, 
however, stop here. You must continue to seize every op- 
portunity to grow in experience, in knowledge, in tolerance, 
and in willingness to accept responsibility. Only in this way 
will you keep pace with the growth and expansion which lie 
ahead. 

THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



MR. QUENTIN REYNOLDS 
Chairman 



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Back row: Mr. Aldrich; Mr. D'Agostino; Mr. Lopes; 
Mr. Haskell; Mr. Dexter; Mr. Pratt. 
Front row: Miss Erickson; Mr. Craver; Mr. Shindler; 
Miss Maclntyre. 



In order to continue the strong and personal 
relationship between the classroom teacher and 
the administration, a Faculty Council has been 
organized. The function of the council is to main- 
tain the closeness of small school operation and 
keep open two-way channels of ideas and com- 
munication within the staff. 

The members of the council represent every 
area of the educational program. Each of the 
academic subjects is represented by its department 
head, but the teachers in the area of fine and 
practical arts select one of their colleagues to act 
as their representative. The Coordinator of Ath- 
letics represents the area of physical education 
and the Guidance Director speaks for those in- 
volved in that endeavor. Finally, the administra- 
tion, club activities, and class activities are repre- 
sented by the Principal and Assistant Principal. 



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Back row: Mr. Shindler; Roger Wilson; Richard Levine; 
Frank Coes; Meredith Mudgett; Jeff Lyman; James Purdy; 
James Finn; Robert Rossow; Tim Paige; Mr. Joly. 
Front row: Gilla Richter; Carolyn Young; Mary Alice As-, 
taldi; David Charlesworth; Steve Parker; Pam Stone; Laurie 
Ronaldson; Carol Feldman. 

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The Student Council is an executive body 
composed of representatives elected from every 
class. The primary responsibility of the council 
is the organization and supervision of the traffic 
squad. It also conducts many assemblies and 
sponsors the ever-popular Halloween Dance, Fun- 
day, and Playday. Lastly it accomplishes school 
service projects and awards two senior scholar- 
ships with funds earned from the sales of pro- 
grams and refreshments at football games, book- 
covers, banners, sweatshirts, and jackets. 







Almost daily, improved methods of travel and com- 
munication shrink this earth on which we live. In a few 
short years the most remote spot on our globe may be 
as close to each of us as our telephone and our television 
set. World-wide travel may be taken for granted by today's 
high school graduates. 

The need for mutual understanding with other peoples 
of the earth increases in direct proportion to contact with 
them. The trigger of nuclear war is fingered nervously by 
fear, suspicion, intolerance and lack of knowledge. Here 
is the area for growth and expansion! 

Let us not forget that we human beings, regardless of 
our country and culture, have one Creator. We are much 
alike. Deep in the human heart, common feelings lie 
buried, feelings which are the opposite of hate and greed. 
It is upon this premise that we must continue to build. 



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W. HENRY CONE 
SUPERINTENDENT 



As you are about to leave Longmeadow High School, let us 
pause a moment and consider that imaginary creature, The Com- 
mon Man, an individual who has little dignity and who conforms 
to what is popular at the moment. The Uncommon Man is scorned 
and belittled; he should be valued. 

Think for a moment of whom we want when we are sick — the 
uncommon doctor; when we are at war, the uncommon general; 
when we choose a president of a university — the uncommon edu- 
cator. In such times and circumstances we seek the leadership of 
the Uncommon Man or Woman. 

It is your right and responsibility to grow to be uncommon if 
you can. Seek opportunity, not security. Take the calculated risk; 
to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed. Prefer the challenges 
of life to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfillment to the 
stale calm of Utopia. Do not trade freedom for security, nor your 
dignity for a handout. When you get something for nothing, you 
do give up something — a part of yourself known as character. 

Here at Longmeadow High School we, your teachers, have en- 
couraged you to think and act for yourself, to inquire and form 
judgment, to seek the truth; and, when you find it, to proclaim 
it and vigorously defend it. We hope that your growth during the 
last four years has been in this direction. 



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EDGAR G. CRAVER 

PRINCIPAL 





Growth is unlimited, bound by only personal desires 
and ambitions. No matter where our lot in life is cast, 
we must open wide our minds and hearts to what is 
going on in the world around us. Complacency is one 
of the things we Americans have to fear most. Do not 
be content with the status quo, with mediocrity, but 
continue to grow in strength, in character, and in under- 
standing. We need people who are not afraid of being 
different, who have the courage to speak what they be- 
lieve, and who are not satisfied with surface explanations. 
Remember, Class of 1962, growth in the years ahead will 
be limited by only your individual demands. Demand the 
best. 



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A guided, growing knowledge of our- 
selves develops confidence for the 
future. 



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Our daily schedules take form under 
Mr. Dexter's willing hand. 




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Mr. Howard Burke 

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Mrs. Amanda Wanegar 

"Watch those 

long marks, class!" 



Grammar, rhetoric, world literature, 
and logic: Contributions to the devel- 
oping mind. 



Miss Nancy Eaton 
"I hope you 
had a very 

medieval weekend." 



Mr. Jack Barsum 
'Stop clicking those pens.' 





Mr. Olivio Lopes 

'The picture's good, 

but what about 

the sound?" 



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The ancient man, Grecian kings, Ren- 
aissance leaders, and today's dynamic 
figures come alive along the road of 
history. 




Mr. John Haskell 
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Mr. Dankevich proves that the machine has not 
replaced the individual. 



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Business, the foundation of our society, 
and a good basis for personal growth. 



Mr. Donald Drossel 
"Well, I was always 
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Mrs. Gladys Leab 
'Do you want to bet a penny? 



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Mr. George Aldrich 
"Did I ever tell you 
about my old prof?" 



Mr. Donald Marsian 
"Okay, that's the bell." 




Mr. Acton Wiley 

"Strict study hall 

rules from now on! 



Mr. William Ahern 
"Get the message?" 




Mr. Henry North 
"When you're in col- 
lege, you'll never have 
time to finish." 




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Mr. Angelo Texiera 
"Don't panic; adjust." 



Mr. John Hooper 
Coffee at S. T. P." 



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Test tubes, microscopes, 
atom smashers — sciences expanding. 



Mr. Edwin Finklehoffe 
Let's stop for a coffee break.' 





Mr. Pratt helps solve the riddle of an invisible world. 



Mr. Edward Pratt 
'Aw — come on now. 



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Miss Lillian Erickson 
"Use your imagination." 




Miss Margery Baird 
"Once more and 
you're out!" 



Mr. John Rossiter 
"All right boys, let's clean up. 



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An additional facet of complete educa- 
tion — -growth in art and development 
of domestic and mechanical skills. 




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Mrs. Marguerite Martin 

"Just once more through 

the obstacle course!" 



Mr. Robert D'Agostino 
"I'm the judge, jury, and prose- 
cuting attorney, and I haven't lost 
a case yet." 







Striving for health and working 
toward growth in mind and body. 



Mrs. Marion Martin 
"What happened to you?" 






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Back Row: Mrs. Reilly; Mrs. Mc- 
Afee; Mrs. McKinney; Mrs. Filer. 
Front Row: Mrs. Johnson; Mrs. 
Fortin; Mrs. Burns; Mrs. Carlson. 





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186 Williams Street 
"Let cheerfulness abound with 
industry." — Stevenson 
Usher for Graduating Class of 1961; 
Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; "Masacksic"- 
Sales Editor; "Jet Jotter"; Fashion Show; 
Funday; Freshman Chorus; Cafeteria 
Aide-Captain 4; Library Aide; Red 
Cross Club; Latin Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Cheerleader-Captain 4; In- 
tramurals; American Field Service. 



(Entered Longmeadow High School 
November, 1959) 
"I traveled jar, I traveled fast; I'm glad 
I've found the place at last." — Kirby 
Tom — National Honor Society 3, 
Marshal for Graduating Class of 1961; 
Dartmouth Book Award; Boys' State; 
Student Council-Treasurer 3; Class Pres- 
ident 4; Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; 
"Jet Jotter"; Funday; Junior Prom 
Committee; Football-Co-Captain 4; J.V. 
Basketball; Intramurals; American Field 
Service Exchange Student 3. 



For their thoughtful 
guidance and above 
all their friendship, we 
thank our class advisors. 




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JEFFREY ANTHONY HOPKINS 

859 Longmeadow Street 
"Youth is the opportunity to do some- 
thing and. become somebody." — Munger 
Hoppy — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; Class Vice-President 4; Leaders' 
Club; Traffic Squad-Captain 4; "Ma- 
sacksrc"; "Jet Jotter"; Latin Club; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; J.V. Soccer; J.V. 
Football; Football-Captain 4; J.V. Bas- 
ketball; Basketball; J.V. Baseball; Base- 
ball; Intramurals; American Field Ser- 





CYNTHIA CHASE MOYER 

6 Roseland Terrace 
"What! -fair, and young, and faithful, 
too." — Monroe 
Gertie — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Usher for Graduating Class of 1961; 
Junior Prom Committee; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2; Class Officer-Secretary 1, 2, 
4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; "Jet Jotter"; "Ok- 
lahoma"; "Papa is All"; Dramatic Club; 
Fashion Show; Funday; Glee Club; 
Latin Club; Drill Team; Co-Captain 3, 
Captain 4; American Field Service-Semi- 
Finalist; Captain for Fund Drive. 



PHILIP CLARK ACKLEY 

80 Windsor Place 
"The man who knows." — Cole 
Phil — "Jet Jotter"; Cycloramists; Junior 
Prom Committee. 






NORMAN GRINSTEAD ADAMS 

109 Field Road 

"Be not the slave of words." — Carlyle 

Norm — Traffic Squad; Junior Prom 

Committee; American Field Service; 

J.V. Soccer; Track; Intramurals. 



JOHN CARMINE ADILETTI 

50 Bellevue Avenue 

"I am not a politician, and my other 

habits are good." — Browne 

Big John — Traffic Squad; "Jet Jotter"; 

"Oklahoma"; Glee Club; Latin Club; 

Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals. 





RONDY JUNE ALSTROM 

34 Cooley Drive 
"Every man is a volume, if you know 
how to read him." — Channing 
"Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter", Freshman 
Chorus; Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross 
Club; Latin Club; French Club; Amer- 
ican Field Service; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Sport Night; Intramurals. 



JERIANNE PHYLLIS AIBERTI 

42 Summit Avenue 
"Nothing is impossible to a willing 
heart." — Puckle 
]eri — Girls' State Alternate; "Papa is 
All"-Production; Dramatic Club; Fresh- 
man Chorus; Glee Club; Orchestra; 
World Affairs Club-Secretary; Red 
Cross Club; Latin Club; French Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; American 
Field Service Candidate. 



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TERRY AMYX 

26 Homestead Boulevard 

"All is well! Pealed out the good old 

Dutch church bell." — Bungay 

Fashion Show; Red Cross Club; Junior 

Prom Committee; Intramurals; French 

Club; American Field Service. 



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SUSAN WEST ARNOLD 

22 Warren Terrace 

"The only way to have a friend is to 

be one." — Emerson 

Sue — Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; 

Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club; Junior 

Prom Committee; Intramurals; Sport 

Night. 




JUDITH L. ATKINSON 

289 Converse Street 

"They that know no evil will suspect 

none." — Johnson 

Judi — Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 

Junior Prom Committee; Sport Night; 

Intramurals. 



WILLIAM JEFFREY ARONSON 

532 Laurel Street 
"I am very fond of the company of 

ladies" — Johnson 
Bill — "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Ameri- 
can Field Service; Intramurals. 



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BRADFORD CURTIS BABB 

147 Hillcrest Avenue 
"All mankind loves a lover." — Emerson 
Brad — Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; Red 
Cross Club; Creative Writing Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Soccer; J.V. 
Soccer; Intramurals. 



SUSAN RISA BARDACH 

35 Plymouth Road 
"Tis better to have loved and lost, than 
never to have loved at all." — Tennyson 
Sue — "Masacksic'-Advertising Co-Edi- 
tor; Freshman Chorus; Library Aide; 
Red Cross Club; Latin Club; Junior 
Achievement Bank; Latin Club; French 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Amer- 
ican Field Service. 



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BARBARA ALICE BENTON 

35 Woodlawn Place 
"The world belongs to the energetic" — 

Emerson 
Barbie — National Honor Society; Lead- 
ers' Club-Vice President 4; "Masacksic"; 
Funday; Freshman Chorus; Cafeteria 
Aide; Latin Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Sport Night; Intramurals; Cheer- 
leader; American Field Service. 



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BARBARA SUSAN BENZELL 

35 Crescent Road 
"It is in learning music that many 
youthful hearts learn to love." — Richard 
Barb — "Masacksic"-Advertising Co-Edi- 
tor; "Oklahoma"-Production; Cycloram- 
ists; Orchestra; Band; Cafeteria Aide; 
Library Aide; Red Cross Club; Latin 
Club; French Club; Math Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Intramurals; Amer- 
ican Field Service. 




NEIL ALAN BLANCHETTE 

490 Bliss Road 

"A rolling stone gathers no moss." — 

Kingston 

Car Talk — "Masacksic"; Cycloramists; 

Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals. 



LOIS JANE BLACKBURN 

115 Bliss Road 

" 'Tis no time to talk." — Shakespeare 

"Masacksic"; Cycloramists; American 

Field Service; Red Cross Club; Latin 

Club. 





JOSEPH ANDREW BOTTONE 

48 Barclay Street 

"I have laid aside business, and 

gone a' fishing." — Walton 

Joe — Science Fair-Honorable Mention 3; 

Traffic Squad; Intramurals; Junior Prom 

Committee. 



PETER WILLIAM BRAND 

110 Ely Road 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1959) 

"Laugh when we must, be candid 

when we can." — Pope 

Pete — J.V. Baseball; Baseball; Red 

Cross Club; Football; Basketball. 






JOYCE ELIZABETH CANTWELL 

65 Roseland Terrace 

"The quiet mind is richer than a 

crown." — Greene 

"Masacksic"; Cycloramists; Fashion 

Show; Red Cross Club; Business Club. 



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PAMELA CARSON 

115 Overbrook Road 
"As good natured a soul as e'er trod on 
shoe of leather." — Cervantes 
Pam — Junior Prom Committee-Co- 
chairman; "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"-Co- 
Editor; "Oklahoma"-Cast; "The Match- 
maker"-Cast; Dramatic Club; Funday; 
Glee Club; Lyrics; Cafeteria Aide; Latin 
Club; French Club; Intramurals; Sport 
Night; American Field Service; Essay 
Contest-Honorable Mention. 






SANDRA CARTER 

417 Maple Road 

"The smile that won't come off." — 

Standish 

Sandy — Fashion Show; Red Cross Club; 

French Club; Junior Prom Committee; 

Sport Night. 



MARGUERITE NANCY CAYON 

1228 Longmeadow Street 
"Great oaks from little acorns grow." — 

Anonymous 
Midge — Red Cross Club; French Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Sport Night; 
Intramurals. 




DAVID CHANDLER 
CHARLESWORTH 

116 South Park Avenue 
"Once a king, always a king . . ." — 
Anonymous 
Charlie — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Merit Scholarship Award-Semi-Finalist; 
Williams Book Award; Boys' State; 
Junior Prom King; American Field Ser- 
vice; Student Council-President 4; Lead- 
ers' Club; Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"- 
Boys' Sports Editor; Orchestra; Library 
Aide; Junior Prom Committee; Track; 
Intramurals. 




CHERYL MARION CHALKE 

106 Morningside Drive 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 
"A loving heart is the truest wisdom." 
— Dickens 
Cherie — Red Cross Club. 




JAMES WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN 

24 Dartmouth Road 
"From care I am free." — Anonymous 
Jim — Orchestra; Band; Audio-Visual 
Aids Club; Latin Club; Math Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals; 
Track. 



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PETER CHRISTIE 

4 Hawthorne Street 
"Every man is a King of Dream." 
— Scollard 
Pete — "Jet Jotter"; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals. 






JOHN PHILLIP CONDON 

210 Bliss Road 

"To eat, drink, and be merry." — Bible 

Funday; Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 

Junior Prom Committee; J.V. Football; 

Hockey; Intramurals. 



POLLI ANNETTE CONE 

126 Bliss Road 
"As the sun colors flowers, so does 
art color life." — Anonymous 
Punky — "Masacksic"; Cycloramists-Vice 
President 4; Fashion Show; Funday; 
Red Cross Club; Latin Club; Creative 
Writing Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Intramurals. 





ANDREA CAMPBELL COX 

71 Birchwood Avenue 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, I960) 

"One man in his time plays many 

parts." — Shakespeare 

Andy — "Masacksic"; "Oklahoma"-Cast; 

Dramatic Club; Cycloramists; Glee 

Club; Red Cross Club; Creative Writing 

Club; Essay Contest-Honorable Mention. 



DOUGLAS FREDERICK CORDIS 

705 Longmeadow Street 

"Carriages without horses shall go." 

— Shipton 

Dudley — Intramurals; Photography Club. 



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JOHN HENRY DEELY 

119 Burbank Road 
"Nothing is so popular as kindness." 
—Cicero 
Jay — Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; "Jet 
Jotter"; Junior Prom Committee; J.V. 
Soccer; Soccer; J.V. Basketball; Tennis; 
J.V. Baseball. 





PAUL ANTHONY DELVECCHIO 

100 Brookside Drive 
"She bid me take life easy." — Yeats 
Del — "Masacksic"; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Baseball; Basketball; Intramur- 
als. 




CHARLES EDWARDS 

DOWNTON, III 

65 Hillcrest Avenue 

"Simplicity of character is no hindrance 

to subtlety of intellect." — Morley 
Charlie — Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; 
"Jet Jotter"; "Oklahoma"; Glee Club; 
Band; Audio-Visual Aides Club; Library 
Aide; Debating Society; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Track; Intra- 
murals; American Field Service. 



PAMELA SUE DOWLING 

131 Prynnwood Road 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

May, I960) 

"Mirth is like a flash of lightning." 

— Addison 

Droll — "Masacksic"-Girls' Sports Editor; 

"Jet Jotter"; Junior Prom Committee; 

Intramurals; American Field Service. 





JOHN JOSEPH EGAN 

51 Oxford Road 
"He knows the stormy souls of woman- 
kind." — Monroe 
Jack — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; Traffic; "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter" 
-Boys' Sports Editor; Latin Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Intramurals; Ameri- 
can Field Service. 



JOHN LANTOR EHRLICH 

524 Laurel Street 
"/ will rant as well as thou." — Jones 
johnny — National Honor Society; Usher 
for Graduating Class of 1961; Science 
Fair Winner; Honorable Mention 3; 
Audio-Visual Aids Club; "Jet Jotter"; 
Library Aide; Debating Society; World 
Affairs Club; Red Cross Club; J.V. 
Soccer; Intramurals. 







JOHN ERWIN FARRELL 

170 Hopkins Place 

"I will put back the hand of time." — 

Fielding 

Cafeteria Aide; Math Club; Intramurals; 

Soccer - Manager; Basketball - Manager; 

World Affairs Club. 



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WILLIAM PAUL FERRIS 

20 Roseland Terrace 
"Few things are impossible to diligence 

and skill." — Johnson 
Bill — National Honor Society-Vice Pres- 
ident 4; Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 
"Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"-Interviews Ed- 
itor; "Oklahoma"; Funday; Cafeteria 
Aide; Latin Club; J.V. Soccer; J.V. Foot- 
ball; Football; J.V. Basketball; Track; 
J.V. Baseball; American Field Service; 
Junior Prom Committee - Publicity 
Chairman; Merit Scholarship Award; 
Intramurals. 




VIRGINIA MARJORY FISHER 

460 Maple Road 
"What sweet delight a quiet life 
affords." — Drummond 
Ginger — "Masacksic"; Cycloramists; 
Fashion Show; Funday; Freshman Cho- 
rus; Glee Club; Library Aide; Red 
Cross Club; Business Club; Essay Con- 
test-Honorable Mention. 



RONALD DENNETT FINN 

65 Longmeadow Street 
"He is the wisest who says the least." 
— Anonymous 
Ron — National Honor Society-President 
4; Science Fair Winner-First Prize, 
Chemistry 3; Traffic Squad; "Jet Jot- 
ter"; Band; Math Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Intramurals. 





WILLIAM AYERS GODFREY 

181 Prynnwood Road 
"We know what we are but not 
what we may be." — Shakespeare 
Bill — Funday; Soccer. 



BARBARA STEARNS GOFF 

98 Converse Street 
"Opportunity comes to all who work 
and wish." — Anonymous 
Barbie — Leaders' Club; "Masacksic"; 
"Oklahoma"-Production; Fashion Show; 
Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club-Secre- 
tary 4; Latin Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Sport Night; Intramurals. 






HOWARD ALLEN GOLDBERG 

57 Ridge Road 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

December, 1958) 
"Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?" — 
Dickinson 
Howie — "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Glee 
Club; American Field Service; Red 
Cross Club; Business Club-President 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals. 



ROBERTA MAXINE GOLDBERG 

35 Burbank Road 
"Now you behave yourself." — Truman 
Berta — Junior Prom Committee; "Ma- 
sacksic"-Art Editor; Cycloramists; Fash- 
ion Show; Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross 
Club-Vice President 4; Latin Club; Drill 
Team; Sport Night; American Field Ser- 
vice; Intramurals. 






ARTHUR ANTHONY HAAXMA 

30 Fairway Drive 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 
May, 1960) 
"Life is not life at all without delight." 
— Kelsey 
Artie — "Masacksic"; Library Aide; Bas- 
ketball-Manager. 



LESLIE HARKLESS 

63 Hawthorne Street 
"I never met a man I didn't like." 
— Rogers 
"Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Freshman 
Chorus; Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 
Latin Club; French Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Sport Night; Intramurals; 
Drill Team. 




THOMAS D. HARRELSON 

198 Edge wood Ave. 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1959) 

"The man that blushes is not quite 

a brute." — Young 

Pinky — Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 

"Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Glee Club; 

Intramurals. 




JESSE WYNNE HARKLESS 

15 Converse Street 
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 
/ took the one less traveled by." — Frost 

Jess — Traffic Squad; "Jet Jotter"; 

"Masacksic"; Creative Writing Club; 

Library Aide; Soccer; Track. 




JOHN THOMAS HARTEN 

66 Longfellow Drive 
"Why aren't they all contented like 
me?" — Anonymous 
Science Fair Winner-Honorable Men- 
tion 2; Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 
Football; J.V. Basketball. 




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CYNTHIA WHITCOMB HAYES 

1 14 Crescent Road 
"There is a woman at the beginning 
of all great things." — Lamartin 
Hazel — Leaders' Club-President 4; "Ma- 
sacksic" - Treasurer; "Oklahoma" - Cast; 
Fashion Show; Glee Club; Red Cross 
Club; Latin Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Drill Team; Intramurals; Sport 
Night; Lyrics; American Field Service. 






CARL CHRISTIAN HENNINGS 

180 Converse Street 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"Sir, your wit ambles well; it 

goes easily." — Shakespeare 

Chris — Photography Club. 



ELIZABETH ANNA HERNBERG 

73 Lincoln Park 

"What wisdom can you find that is 

greater than kindness?" — Rousseau 

Betty — "Masacksic"; Jet Jotter; "Okla- 

homa"-Production; Future Teachers of 

America-Secretary 4; American Field 

Service; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; 

Orchestra - Secretary 4; Latin Club; 

French Club-Vice President 4; Junior 

Prom Committee. 





JOHN S. HITZ 

87 Birchwood Avenue 
"Gentle in manner, strong in per- 
formance. " — Aquiria 
Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; American 
Field Service; Audio- Visual Aides Club; 
Football; Track. 



ANN PORTER HINKSON 

95 Hawthorne Street 
"I have no other but a woman's 
reason." — Wylie 
Fashion Show; Red Cross Club; Latin 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Amer- 
ican Field Service; Sport Night; Intra- 
murals. 



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MARTHA CROCKET HOBART 

265 Converse Street 
"Make yourself necessary to somebody." 

— Emerson 
Marti — "Masacksic"; Fashion Show; 
Glee Club; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; American 
Field Service; Drill Team; Sport Night; 
Intramurals. 










ALAN PARKER HOEKSTRA 

67 Forest Glen Road 
"Cool, calm, and collected". — Jabber 
Al — Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; Okla- 
homa", "Matchmaker", "Papa is All"- 
Production; Funday; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club; Business Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; American Field Service; 
Intramurals; Supply Room Staff; School 
Printer. 




FREDRIC BRADFORD 
HOLLISTER 

52 Cooley Drive 
"All I know is just what 1 read in 
the papers." — Rogers 
Moose — Funday; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Football; J.V. Football; J.V. Bas- 
ketball; J.V. Baseball. 



ROBERT JAY HOFF 

120 Crestview Circle 
"Fight till the last gasp." — Shakespeare 
Bob — Junior Prom Committee; Traffic 
Squad; "Masacksic" -Photography Editor; 
Audio- Visual Aids Club; French Club; 
J.V. Soccer; Intramurals. 





PAULA JEAN HOLMGREN 

88 Franklin Road 

"Language was given us that we might 

say pleasant things to one 

another." — Bovee 

Fashion Show; Future Teachers of 

America; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 

Sport Night; Intramurals. 



NEIL PHILIP HOMSTEAD 

33 Farmington Avenue 

"An easy going soul and always was." 

— Aristophanes 

Science Fair Winner-Second Prize, 

Chemistry 3. 






JOHN MUNROE HUNTER 

91 Greenacre Avenue 

"Jazz will endure as long as people 

hear . . . " — Sousa 

Traffic Squad; "Oklahoma"-Production; 

Funday; Orchestra; Band; Audio-Visual 

Aides Club; District Orchestra. 



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RONALD JOHNSTON 

52 Shady Knoll Drive 
"I'll drink a cup to Scotland yet." 
—Riddel 
Scotty — Junior Prom Committee; Soc- 
cer; J.V. Basketball. 




MYRA JOAN KATTEN 

236 Crestview Circle 
"Friendship must be accompanied by 
virtue." — Trap 
"Masacksic'-Patrons Co-Editor; "Jet Jot- 
ter"; Fashion Show; Future Teachers of 
America; Debating Society; Red Cross 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Junior 
Achievement Bank-Treasurer 3, Vice 
President 4; French Club; Sport Night; 
Intramurals; American Field Service. 



THOMAS KEITH KAMP 

330 Maple Road 
"Their strength is to sit still." — Bible 
Tom — Traffic Squad; Audio-Visual 
Aides Club; Latin Club; Intramurals. 





MYRON L. KAPLAN 

51 Colony Acres Road 
"The reward of a thing well done is 
to have done it." — Emerson 
My — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Merit Scholarship Award; Boys' State- 
Alternate; Science Fair, First Prize 3; 
Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter" 
-Business Manager; Latin Club-Treasur- 
er 3, President 4; Creative Writing 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; J.V. 
Basketball; Tennis; Intramurals; Brown 
Book Award; Essay Contest-Honorable 
Mention. 



KATHARINE BALL KAYNOR 

38 Crescent Road 
"Wherever duty bids you fare, you'll 
find friends waiting there." — Monroe 
Kitty — National Honor Society; Girls' 
State; "Masacksic" -Literary Editor; "Jet 
Jotter"; Cycloramists; Glee Club; Latin 
Club; French Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals; American Field Ser- 
vice; Essay Contest-Second Prize. 



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LEE SCOTT KEIL 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"He that has the patience may compass 

anything. " — Rabelais 

Photography Club; Intramurals. 



JOHN MAYNARD KEISER 

46 Roseland Terrace 
"Gentlemen always seem to remember 
blondes." — Loos 
Jack — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; Junior Prom Committee; Leaders' 
Club; Traffic Squad-Co-Captain; "Ma- 
sacksic"; J.V. Soccer; Soccer-Captain; 
J.V. Basketball; Hockey; J.V. Baseball; 
American Field Service. 






KEITH STEVEN KITCHENER 

8 Colony Acres Road 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 
September, I960) 
"O let me be myself." — Ingelow 
Cafeteria Aide; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; American Field Service. 



MAXINE ADELE KRIM 

32 Wendover Road 
". . . The best cordial is to read over all 
the letters of one's friends." — Shenstone 
Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; Red 
Cross Club; French Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Sport Night; Intramurals; 
American Field Service. 





JUDITH ELAINE LAUBINGER 

79 Hazardville Road 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"A gallon of pep in a pint container." 

— Anonymous 

]udy — "Masacksic"; Cafeteria Aide; 

Junior Achievement. 



KENNETH ALLAN LANG 
24 Vanguard Road 

"The wrong way always seems more 

reasonable." — Moore 

Louie — "Jet Jotter"; J.V. Soccer; Soccer; 

J.V. Basketball; J.V. Baseball; Baseball; 

Intramurals. 




SALLY APPLETON LAWRENCE 

384 Longmeadow Street 

"Whatever is worth doing at all is 

worth doing well." — Stanhope 

Sally — Freshman Chorus; French Club; 

Latin Club-Secretary 3; Sport Night; 

American Field Service; Intramurals. 




SHERYL ANN LEEPER 

113 Osceola Lane 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 

"Give the world the best you have and 

the best comes back to you." 

— Anonymous 

Sherry — "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Latin 

Club; Junior Prom Committee. 






LARRY M. LEVETON 

158 Wenonah Road 
"Let us say what we feel, and feel 
what we say . . ." — Seneca 
Casey — Science Fair-Honorable Men- 
tion; Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; World 
Affairs Club; Photography Club; Latin 
Club; J.V. Baseball Intramurals. 



CAROL ANN LEVIN 

144 Wolf Swamp Road 
"I shall laugh myself to death." — 
Shakespeare 
'Masacksic"; American Field Service. 





NANCY ALKE LICHTER 

81 Wheelmeadow Drive 
"Though she is but little, she is 
fierce." — Shakespeare 
"Masacksic"; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica; Cafeteria Aide; Library Aide; Red 
Cross Club; Junior Achievement Bank- 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Latin Club; 
French Club; Sport Night; Junior Prom 
Committee. 



MARK ALAN LEVINE 

122 Hillcrest Avenue 
"Nothing is certain but death and 
taxes." — Franklin 
"Masacksic'-Photography Editor; Band; 
Audio-Visual Aides Club; French Club; 
Photography Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals. 



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TERRELL STEPHANIE LONG 

45 Hawthorne Street 
"She who means no mischief does it 
all." — Anonymous 
Terry — "Masacksic" -Typing Editor; 
"Oklahoma" -Production; Fashion Show; 
Glee Club; Red Cross Club; Business 
Club; Junior Achievement Banking; 
Junior Prom Committee; Sport Night; 
Intramurals. 




SANDRA JEAN MACGREGOR 

115 Wenonah Road 
"/ would help others, out of a fellow 
feeling. " — Burton 
Sandy — "Masacksic"; Fashion Show; 
Freshman Chorus; Math Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Sport Night; Ameri- 
can Field Service; Intramurals. 




LINDA MARCY 

44 Glenwood Circle 
"The world deals good-naturedly with 
good-natured people." — Anonymous 

Marce — "Masacksic"; Freshman Chorus; 

French Club; Junior Prom Committee; 

Science Fair; American Field Service; 

Intramurals. 



JEAN RUTH MACLEOD 

212 Maple Road 
"Be slow to fall into friendship, but 
when thou art in, continue firm 
and constant." — Socrates 
"Masacksic"; Fashion Show; Future 
Teachers of America; Glee Club; Fresh- 
man Chorus; Red Cross Club; Latin 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Ameri- 
can Field Service; Sport Night. 





NEIL RICHARD MARKSON 

111 Meadowbrook Road 
"It may be said that his wit shines." 
—Bias 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Merit 
Scholarship Award; Harvard Book 
Award; Boys' State-Alternate; Science 
Fair-Second Prize 2; Honorable Men- 
tion 3; Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 
"Masacksic"; World Affairs Club; 
French Club-president 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Soccer; J.V. Soccer; Amer- 
ican Field Service; Track; Intramurals. 



ROBERT LEONARD MARGOLIS 

255 Converse Street 
"My theory is to enjoy life." — Lamb 
Bob — "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Cafe- 
teria Aide; Library Aide; J.V. Soccer. 





MARC A. MILLER 

28 Russell Road 
"/ never like being hit without striking 

back." — Chamberlain 
Audio-Visual Aides Club; Photography 
Club; Chess Club; Intramurals. 



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BRUCE G. MILTON 

91 Lincoln Road 

"This is the thing I was born to do." 

— Daniel 

Audio-Visual Aides Club; Intramurals. 




ANN PARISEAU MORAN 

20 East Greenwich Road 

"No mischief but a woman is at the 

end of it." — Shakespeare 

Annabelle — "Masacksic"; Funday; Latin 

Club, Red Cross Club; Junior Prom 

Committee; Drill Team; American Field 

Service; Sport Night; Intramurals. 



KATHRYN ELLEN MOAKLER 

78 Emerson Road 
"Life's one darn thing after another." 
— Anonymous 
Kathy — "Masacksic"; Fashion Show; 
Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Drill Team; Ameri- 
can Field Service; Sport Night; Intra- 
murals. 





MARY ELLEN MULKERIN 

145 Belleclaire Avenue 
"It is far easier to know men than to 

know man." — Rochefoucauld 
Marsie — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; Junior Prom Chairman-Tickets; 
Student Council; Class Officer- Vice- 
President 1; Leaders' Club; "Masacksic"; 
"Jet Jotter"; Fashion Show; Funday; 
Freshman Chorus; Red Cross Club; 
Latin Club; Drill Team; American Field 
Service; Sport Night; Intramurals; Es- 
say Contest-Third prize. 



ANN MARIE MURPHY 

83 Parkside Street 
"Popularity is a result of a shining 
personality" — Unknown 
Murph — "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; "Ok- 
lahoma"-Production; Fashion Show; Red 
Cross Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Sport Night; American Field Service; 
Intramurals. 






JAMES FRANCIS NELSON 

33 South Park Avenue 

(Re-entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"1 shall return." — MacArthur 

Jim — Business Club. 






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JOANN ANNETTE NITKOWSKI 

187 Hazardville Road 

"No one knows what he can do until 

he tries." — Syrus 

Joni — Future Teachers of America; 

Latin Club; French Club; Creative 

Writing Club. 






JOHN W. NORTON 

82 Lincoln Park 

"Without music life would be a 

mistake." — Nietzche 

Jack — "Oklahoma"-Production; Funday; 

Glee Club; Orchestra; Band; Cafeteria 

Aide; Lyrics-Accompanist; Dance Band. 



RICHARD M. NORTON 

151 Bliss Road 
"The coast was clear." — Drayton 
Audio- Visual Aides Club; Intramurals. 




TIMOTHY PAIGE 

192 Greenacre Avenue 
"Let the world slide." — Hey wood 
Tim — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; Student Government Day; Junior 
Prom Committee; Student Council-Vice- 
President 3; Class Officer-President 1, 
2, 3; Traffic Squad; Latin Club; Soccer- 
Co-Captain; J.V. Soccer; Intramurals; 
Essay Contest-Honorable Mention. 




DANIEL BENNETT O'CONNOR 

31 Hawthorne Street 
"Always leave them laughing." — Cohan 
Okey — "Jet Jotter"; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Football; Intramurals. 




HELENE BARBARA PONCE 

32 Grassy Gutter Road 
"If there is anything better than to be 
loved, it is loving." — Anonymous 
Poncie — "Masacksic"; "Oklahoma"; 
Fashion Show; Cafeteria Aide; Library 
Aide; Office Aide; Red Cross Club; 
Business Club; Junior Achievement 
Banking-Secretary-Treasurer; American 
Field Service; Junior Prom Committee; 
Sport Night. 







JAMES MACK POOL 

104 Colton Place 
"Patience, and shuffle the cards." 
— Cervantes 
Jim — Junior Prom Chairman; Science 
Fair Winner-Honorable Mention, Phys- 
ics; Class Treasurer 1; Leader's Club; 
Traffic Squad; "Masacksic"; "Jet Jot- 
ter"-General News Editor; Funday; Caf- 
eteria Aide; Latin Club; Soccer; Basket- 
ball; Baseball; Intramurals; American 
Field Service; Essay Contest-First Prize. 






ROBERT D. PRICE 

316 Longmeadow Street 

"Let me go where 'ere I will." — 

Emerson 

Lad — Audio- Visual Aides Club; Golf; 

Intramurals. 



JON MEANS PRINGLE 

397 Williams Street 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"A little bit of art." — Jeffery 

"Masacksic"; Junior Prom Committee. 




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JOHN CHURCHILL PUFFER 

878 Longmeadow Street 

"No life is so hard that you can't make 

it easier by the way you take it." 

— Glasgow 

Smiley — Traffic Squad; Audio-Visual 

Aides Club; J.V. Soccer; J.V. Basketball; 

Track. 



JUDITH PROCTOR 

26 Whitmun Road 

"Manner, not gold, is woman's best 

adornment." — Anonymous 

Judy — Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 

French Club; Creative Writing Club; 

Junior Prom Committee. 



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THOMAS ALBERT RACHELE 

357 Maple Road 
"Ah, why should life all labor be?" 
— Tennyson 
Tom — Traffic Squad; "Jet Jotter"; "Ok- 
lahoma"-Cast; "The Matchmaker"-Pro- 
duction; Glee Club; Audio-Visual Aides 
Club; Cafeteria Aide; Business Club; 
Latin Club; Lyrics; Intramurals; Supply 
Room Staff; School Printer. 








GAY ANN RANSLOW 

88 Homestead Boulevard 
"Laugh yourself into stitches." — 
Shakespeare 
Gay — "Masacksic"; Cycloramists; Cafe- 
teria Aide; Red Cross Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; American Field Ser- 
vice. 







MARY ELLEN REIDY 

17 Birchwood Avenue 

"I'm going to do as I please." — Sinatra 

Mel — "Masacksic"; Fashion Show; Red 

Cross Club; Business Club; Creative 

Writing Club; Sport Night. 



JUDITH ANN RAWLES 

21 Villa Street 
"Innocence is divine." — Anonymous 
Judi — Junior Prom Committee; "Ma- 
sacksic"; Cycloramists; Glee Club; 
Freshman Chorus; Red Cross Club; 
Business Club; French Club; Sport 
Night; American Field Service; Intra- 
murals. 



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HANNA GISELA RICHTER 

Arndtstrase 53 
Hagen/West Phalia, Germany 
"Talent is power, tact is skill." — Scargill 
Gilla — National Honor Society-Honor- 
ary Member; Student Council-Honorary 
Member; "Jet Jotter"; Library Aide; 
World Affairs Club; Intramurals. 



SANDRA ANN ROACH 

37 Meadow Road 

"Life is too short to be serious." — 

Anonymous 

Bouch — "Masacksic"; Red Cross Club; 

Business Club. 






PAUL MARSHALL RODMAN 

55 Riverview Avenue 
"// is much easier to be critical than 
to be correct." — Disraeli 
Pudge — Merit Scholarship Award-Cer- 
tificate of Merit; Traffic Squad; "Ma- 
sacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Cafeteria Aide; 
Library Aide; Debating Society; World 
Affairs Club; Photography Club; Latin 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Amer- 
ican Field Service; Intramurals. 



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ROBERT WHITNEY ROSSOW 

89 Hazardville Road 
"Politeness costs nothing and gains 
everything." — Montagu 
Bosko — Science Fair-Second Place, Bi- 
ology; Student Council; Class Vice- 
President 3; Traffic Squad; Intramurals; 
Basketball-Manager. 




LIN ANASTASIA SHEA 

125 Emerson Road 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, I960) 
"It is easier to believe than to doubt." 
— Martin 
Red Cross Club; Business Club; "Ma- 
sacksic"; Junior Prom Committee; "Ok- 
lahoma"; Intramurals; American Field 
Service. 




BETTIE CAIRD RUSSELL 

930 Longmeadow Street 
"By her giggle we shall know her." 
— Monroe 
Bets — National Honor Society 3, 4-Sec- 
retary 4; Usher for Graduating Class 
of 1961; Class Vice-President 2; "Jet 
Jotter"-Circulation Manager; Fashion 
Show; Latin Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Drill Team; American Field 
Service; Sport Night; Leaders' Club; 
Intramurals. 



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GAY SHATTUCK 

12 Longmeadow Street 
"Life is a jest, and all things show it." 
— Gay 
"Masacksic"; "Jet Jottet"; "Oklahoma"; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; Debating 
Society; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Sport Night; 
Intramurals; Drill Team; American 
Field Service. 



VIRGINIA GAIL SHAKOUR 

16 Roseland Terrace 
"Charms strike the sight, but merit 
■ wins the soul." — Pope 
Ginny — National Honor Society 3, 4- 
Treasurer 4; Governor's Aide; Leaders' 
Club; "Masacksic"-Editor-in-Chief; "Jet 
Jotter"; Fashion Show; Freshman Cho- 
rus; Glee Club; Latin Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Drill Team; American 
Field Service; Intramurals; Sport Night. 






JUDYTH LYNN SHINDLER 

155 Edgewood Avenue 
"The shortest way to do many things 
is to do only one at a time." — Cecil 
Judy — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"; Glee 
Club; Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club; 
Latin Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
American Field Service; Drill Team; 
Sport Night; Intramurals. 






EDWARD ALLEN SHORE 

103 Woodside Drive 
"What should a man do but be merry?" 

—Welch 
Ed — "Masacksic"; Glee Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Intramurals. 





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JAN FRANCIS SILANSKY 

60 Barrington Road 
"Everything comes if a man will 
only wait." — Hawthorne 
Mugs — Leaders' Club; "Jet Jotter"; Red 
Cross Club-Treasurer; Junior Prom 
Committee; Football; Track; Intramu- 
rals. 



RICHARD FRANKLIN SIMMONS 

774 Shaker Road 
"Such is life!" — Dickens 
Rick — Glee Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals. 




WILLIAM PEABODY SIMONS 

72 Greenacre Avenue 
"A woman would run through fire and 
water for such a kind heart." 
— Shakespeare 
Si — Usher for Graduating Class of 
1961; Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 
"Masacksic"; Funday; Junior Prom 
Committee; J.V. Soccer; J.V. Basket- 
ball; J.V. Baseball; Tennis; Soccer. 




PAULA HALL SIMONDS 

53 Warren Terrace 
"A light heart lives long." — Shakespeare 
"Masacksic"; Freshman Chorus; Red 
Cross Club; Latin Club; French Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Sport Night; 
Intramurals; American Field Service. 




MARLENE BERNIECE SLATER 

9 Vanguard Lane 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

February, I960) 

"Let us be merry." — Dickens 

"Masacksic"; Cycloramists; Latin Club; 

Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals. 




ROGER ARMAND SOULIERE 

49 Drury Lane 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1959) 

"I'm one of the few people in the 

world without worries." — Anonymous 

Rog — Band; Audio-Visual Aids Club; 

Cafeteria Aide; Math Club; Junior 

Prom Committee; Intramurals. 






CAROL ANNE SOWERS 

109 Greenacre Avenue 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, I960) 

"For men may come and men may go, 

but I go on forever." — Tennyson 

Sowie — "Masacksic"; Red Cross Club; 

Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals; 

Cheerleader; American Field Service. 



SANDRA ELAINE STEINBERG 

55 Woodside Drive 
"I am constant to my purposes." — 
Newman 
National Honor Society; "Masacksic"; 
"Jet Jotter"-Editorial Editor; Library 
Aide; Latin Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Essay Contest-Honorable Men- 
tion. 





HEATHER SUTHERLAND 

55 Pleasantview Avenue 
"I saw and loved." — Paine 
Bonnie — Junior Essay Contest-Second 
Prize 3; "Masacksic"; Cycloramists; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; Band; 
Red Cross Club; Business Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; "Oklahoma"; Intra- 
murals; American Field Service; Sport 
Night. 



WILLIAM E. SUNTER 

109 Dover Road 

"The world belongs to the enthusiast 

who keeps cool." — McFee 

Bill— J.V. Basketball; Football; Glee 

Club; "Oklahoma"-Cast; Leaders' Club; 

Track; Intramurals. 



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ANDREA SZANTO 

166 Cooley Drive 
"To be amiable is most certainly a 
duty." — Simms 
Andie — "Masacksic"; "Oklahoma"-Pro- 
duction; Cycloramists; Red Cross Club; 
Glee Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Freshman Chorus. 








PATRICIA COULTER THOMAS 

32 Sylvan Place 
"There are a few things that never go 
out of style, and a feminine woman 
is one of them." — Ralston 
Tombo — Usher for Graduation Class of 
1961; Junior Prom Queen; Leaders' 
Club-Secretary 4; "Masacksic"; Fashion 
Show; Funday; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club; Red Cross Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Drill Team; Sport Night; 
American Field Service. 



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MADALINE ANDREA 
VECCHIARELLI 

19 Fenwood Road 
"Both short and sweet." — Middleton 
"Masacksic"; Cycloramists; Junior Prom 
Committee. 



ANN FELICIA VECCHIARELLI 

19 Fenwood Road 
"A woman is not made to be 
questioned." — Young 
"Oklahoma" - Production; Cycloramists; 
Fashion Show; Red Cross Club; Busi- 
ness Club. 





DOUGLAS M. VOLK 

148 Bliss Road 

"Good humor is the health of the 

soul." — Anonymous 

Chuckles — "Oklahoma"-Production; In- 

tramurals. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH 
WAIKSNORIS, JR. 

422 Maple Road 

"Youth is full of pleasure." — 

Shakespeare 

Bill — "Oklahoma"-Cast; Funday; Glee 

Club; Lyrics; Band; Intramurals. 






LAURA HELPERN WALLACE 

55 Benedict Terrace 
"It is quality rather than quantity 
that matters." — Seneca 
Weasel — Leaders' Club; "Masacksic"; 
Fashion Show; Funday; French Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals; 
Sport Night; Drill Team; American 
Field Service. 



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MARY ANN WARD 

87 Riverview Avenue 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 

"One should believe in marriage as in 

immortality of the soul." — Balzac 

Muffins — Red Cross Club; Business 

Club. 




PAUL RICHARD WEIDNER, JR. 

214 Converse Street 
"A penny for your thoughts." — Swift 
Rick — "Oklahoma"-Cast; Glee Club; 
Bank; Library Aide; French Club; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Lyrics. 



FRED KNIGHT WAYLAND 

71 Belleclaire Avenue 
"Better to give than to take." 
— Heywood 
Carrot Top — Band; Audio- Visual Aides 
Club; Math Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals. 





PRESCOTT HAMILTON 
WELLMAN, III 

143 Greenacre Avenue 
"Sounds fine, I wonder what it 
means." — Wilson 
Candid — "Jet Jotter"; American Field 
Service; Audio- Visual Aides Club; Pho- 
tography Club; Math Club; Football- 
Manager; Hockey-Manager; Baseball- 
Manager; Track. 



CORA C. WHITTUM 

103 Prynnwood Road 
"To beguile with talk the slow moving 

hours." — Ovid 
"Masacksic"; Fashion Show; Cafeteria 
Aide; Junior Prom Committee; Sport 
Night; Intramurals; American Field 
Service. 






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JOHN JOSEPH WICKSTEAD 

61 Glen wood Circle 
"I will not retreat a single inch and 
I will be heard." — Garrison 
"Oklahoma"-Cast; Funday; Lyrics; Fresh- 
man Chorus; Glee Club; Orchestra; 
Band; Audio-Visual Aides Club; 
Hockey; Baseball; Intramurals. 



DOROTHY LOUISE WILEY 

498 Converse Street 
"We cannot learn men from books." 
— Carson 
Dede — National Honor Society; Lead- 
ers' Club; "Masacksic"; "Jet Jotter"-Co- 
Editor; "Oklahoma"-Cast; Glee Club; 
Debating Society; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Drill Team; Lyrics; "Spotlight on 
Youth" Reporter; Sport Night; Amer- 
ican Field Service Candidate; Intramur- 
als. 





OTNB 



ALFRED LOVELL WOOD, JR. 

94 Mill Road 

"To be alone is the fate of all great 

minds." — Schopenhauer 

Al — Traffic Squad; "Jet Jotter"; Glee 

Club; Creative Writing Club. 



FREDRIC SANFORD WILSON 

45 Belleclaire Avenue 
"There's a time for all things." — 
Shakespeare 
Fred — Junior Prom Committee; Intra- 
murals. 




CAROLYN WOODWARD YOUNG 



193 Edgewood Avenue 
"The best are not only the happiest, 
but the happiest are usually the 
best." — Bulwer 
Car — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Marshal for Graduating Class of 1961; 
Student Council-Secretary 3, 4; Class 
Secretary 3; Leaders' Club; "Masacksic"; 
"Jet Jotter"; "Oklahoma"-Cast; Cafe- 
teria Aide; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Cheerleader; 
Jet Team-Captain 4; American Field 
Service Candidate. 






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JUNIOR CLASS ADVISORS 

Miss Baird; Mr. Joly 



After reaching the upper rungs of the ladder, the 
Junior Class spent the year in preparation for the 
time when they would undertake the leadership of 
the school. Under the supervision of Miss Baird 
and Mr. Joly, the class advisors, the election ran 
smoothly and efficiently, with Steve Parker taking 
on the responsibilities of president, and Jim Finn 
those of vice-president. Chosen to handle the tech- 
nicalities of class government were Meredith Mud- 
gett, secretary, and Nancy Almgren, treasurer. With 
the help of these able officers, the class sponsored 
a very successful Junior Prom, using as its theme 
the beauty and regal atmosphere of the Middle 
Ages. Not wishing to be outdone by their pre- 
decessors, the Juniors have also taken an active part 
in the American Field Service program. Mindful 
of the future and of the responsibilities that will 
soon be theirs, the Juniors have proved themselves 
to be a capable and reliable class. 




JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL 

Front Row: Meredith Mudgett; Miss Baird; Mr. Joly; Steve Parker. 
Back Row: Jim Finn; Mary Alice Astaldi; Dave Streeter; Frank Kraft; 
Richard Page; Rick Cowles. 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Meredith Mudgett; Steve Parker; Jim Finn, Nancy Almgren. 




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HOMEROOM 1 



Front Row: Mr. Ahern; Robin Amyx; Connie Bray; Connie 
Adams; Nancy Almgren; Arlene Berkeley; Barbara Bush; 
Bob Cohen. 

Middle Row: Bruce Brown; David Arlen; Barbara Cohen; 
Lynn Blanchette; Mary Alice Astaldi; Ronni Bloom; Mike 



Connors; Peter Cherbas. 

Back Row: John Baron; Stephen Alport; Don Bisesti; Al 

Carter; Arthur Bloom; Dave Barrett; Jim Bateman; Mike 

Betley. 




HOMEROOM 2 



Front Row: Mr. Suher; Louise Freedman; Susan Dale; Con- 
nie Darling; Betty Fein; Gail Decker; Barbara Corcoran; 
Sue Durkin; Joyce Cormier; Rick Cowles. 
Middle Row: Tom Donnelly; Billy Diver; Pat Fortin; Mer- 
edith Fordyce; Sandy Dyson; Debbie Frisbie; Martha Gal- 



braith; Lynn Davenport; Donald Eberhart; Steve Fox. 
Back Row: Larry Day; Dave Fisher; Bob Fagin; Reed 
Cruess; John Filkins; Andy Gilmour; Gary Gibbons; Jim 
Finn. 




HOMEROOM 4 



Front Row: Mr. Dankevich; Sue Henry; Janice Holter; Sue 
Hulit; Kate Hennings; Penney Graham; Karen Hardy; Linda 
Green; Scott Kahn. 



Back Row: Harvey Heafitz; Paul Gootzit; Sam Gordon; 
Alan Greenblatt; Robert Hitchins; Ronnie Karcz; Greg 
Grandison; Steve Goldberg; Craig Jackson. 



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HOMEROOM 5 



Front Row: Mr. Finklehoff; Barbara Licht; Mary Lane; 
Maryann Moquin; Joan Meunier; Meredith Mudgett; Linda 
Lerner; Anita Klempner; Judy Leers; David Kimball. 
Middle Row: Ted Lawton; Al LaRose; Joan Miller; Andy 



Margolis; Sandy Krevalin; Taffy O'Donnell; Joy Nettleton; 
Chuck Long; Frank Kraft. 

Back Row: Joel Nelson; Ronnie Kuzon; Stephen Marcus; 
Charles McKee. 




Front Row: Mr. Wiley; Kathy Pitkat; Janice Siegel; Louise 
Siegel; Linda Silverman; Sue Pierson; Helen Savio; Carolyn 
Snow; Joyce Raymond. 



HOMEROOM 8 

Back Row: Bob Patterson; Richard Page; Christie Smith; 
Robert Poole; Lee Orenstein; Joe Rowland; Rico Ricci; Guy 
Lithwin; Greg Pearson. 




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HOMEROOM 9 

Front Row: Mr. Marsian; Freya Wolk; Karen Talbot; 
Sherry Texeira; Suzanne Valliere; Jean Summersgill; Caro- 
lyn Zwirn; Brooks Young; Mimi Wiley; Ronnie Vollmar. 
Middle Row: Jeanette Wolf; Pam Rich; Bonnie Richards; 
Judy Waskiewicz; Karen Stothert; Peggy Schwartz; Marjorie 



Taylor; Sue Sterritt; Pam Regan; Steve Parker; Bill Sattler. 
Back Row: Jack Settle; Jeff Sickle; Jim Sagalyn, David 
Streeter; Terry Ward; Gerald Wess; Paul Winters; Steve 
Roberts; Gene Sokolowski; Tom Tiedgen; Rick Upson; 
Frank Weitzman. 



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And we could be skiing! 




Put your best feet forward 




Rising in status, the Class of 1964 commenced its 
sophomore year by electing its officers. Bob Mau- 
terstock was chosen as president, Jim Purdy as vice- 
president, Pam Stone as secretary, and Laurie 
Ronaldson as treasurer. The class began the fall 
season by placing several of its boys on junior var- 
sity and varsity athletic squads. The winter sea- 
son was highlighted by its dance, "Wonderland by 
Night," which was a great success. The class offi- 
cers were ably assisted by their conscientious ad- 
visors, Mrs. Leab and Mr. Drossel. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL 

Front Row: John Potter; Laurie Ronaldson; Bob Mauterstock; Pam Stone; Jim Purdy; 
Rocky Adriance. 

Back Row: Jeff Lyman; Mrs. Leab; Neil Rivchin; Don Temple; Finn Charlesworth; 
Mr. Drossel. 



SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Laurie Ronaldson; Bob Mauterstock; 
Jim Purdy; Pam Stone. 



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HOMEROOM 36 



Front Row: Mr. Ursprung; Mary Burridge; Mary Lee 

Adams; Cindy Carroll; Linda Billings; Robin Atkinson; 

Jean Artioli; Jean Cantwell; Nancy Anderson; Rocky 

Adriance. 

Middle Row: Chip Arnold; George Bacon; Phil Buscemi; 



Christine Basdekis; Dorine Blade; Laurie Brigham; Nancy 
Bersetein; Joe Broderick; Dick Bond; Nick Andringa. 
Back Row: Junior Abodeeb; Steve Baldwin; Bob Abrams; 
Bill Bennett; George Busby; Gary Bartolucci; Bruce Cant- 
well; Tom Burns. 




HOMEROOM 17 



Front Row: Mrs. Wanegar; Cheri Corbett; Carol Di Giore; 
Carol Diamond; Cathy Covelli; Muffet Dale; Jane Donnelly; 
Lora Ekmejian; Myra Cohen; Joe Chiusano. 
Middle Row: Finn Charlesworth; Wayne Cogan; Wells 



Chandler; Dianne Davenport; Carol Chereskin; Dee Dibble; 
Bob Dorman; Bill Dyson; Harry Ehrlich. 
Back Row: Wayne Donaldson; Tony Clark; Bob Cratty; 
Alan Cowles; Bob Chaffee; Royce Cort; Bruce Elmer. 




HOMEROOM 18 



Front Row: Mrs. Cohen; Harriet Golden; Janet Goff; Ann 
Gostyn; Sue Hennick; Carolyn Frueh; Ann Jackson; Margo 
Godfrey; Sue Gibson; Margie Goldstein. 
Middle Row: Ronnie Fisher; Ray Homstead; Vicki Furgu- 
son; Francine Joyal; Margie Fox; Marilyn Goldstein; George 



Gladney; Don Gregory. 

Back Row: Bob Freelander; Rick Jacobson; Don Greenwell; 
Peter Hobart; Chip Fossa; Charles Hunter; Dennis Gould; 
Jim Harrelson. 



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HOMEROOM 19 



Front Row: Mr. Lopes; Nancy Lynch; Sue Krohne; Carole 

Low; Barbara Kittridge; Fluffy Kitchener; Cynthia Lavin; 

JoAnne Marino; Sue Low; Mary Ellen Mahoney; Judy 

Little. 

Middle Row: Gary Kahn; Dick MacGregory; Paul Mar- 



karian; Janet Machon; Joyanne Marcus; Amy Marcuson; 
Bill Lincoln; Chris Mayer; Bob Mauterstock. 
Back Row: Peter Leven; Jeff Lyman; Clayton Kimball; Joe 
Kesaler; Steve MacNaught; Ronald Marini; Murray Leety; 
Ed Lyman. 



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HOMEROOM 20 



Front Row: Mr. Aldrich; Judy Melvin; Linda Merriam; 
Betsey Mayock; Georgia Raimondi; Frances McKee; "C.C." 
Parker; Judy Memery; Molly Mayock; Marilyn Milton; 
Gerry Nannen. 



Back Row: Tom Reilly; Chris Mudgett; John Potter; Ray 
Munn; Ned Reidy; Steve Moyer; Cal Mclver; Jim Purdy; 
Mike Platzer. 




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HOMEROOM 24 

Front: Miss Gadaire; Diane Stentafor; Pat Seidl; Lynn Sha- 
piro; Jack Shindler; Dave Sinish; Pam Stone; Candy Rock; 
Gail Russell; Laurie Ronaldson. 
Middle Row: Daryl Richter; Russell Simon; Robin Routson; 



Dick Rossow; Dick Sheppard; Chip Smith; Clark Smith; 

Roger Siver. 

Back Row: Paul Rigali; Neil Rivchin; Joe Rinaldi; Jack 

Sickel. 




HOMEROOM 25 



Front Row: Mr. Dempsey; Richie Thai; Alice Varney; 
Carol Van Houter; Nita Walter; Janis Temple; Peggy Wes- 
sendorf; Cindy Tembaldi; Tom Weiss; Don Temple. 
Middle Row: Bruce Sutherland; Wally Weeks; Neil White- 



head; Larry Williams; Dave Weeks; Gil Upson; Bob Syniec; 
Jim Taylor; Chip Webster. 

Back Row: Wayne Trebbin; Mark Williams; Bruce Wil- 
liams; Bob Yodlowski. 







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FRESHMAN ADVISORS 

Mr. Whittaker; Miss Gadaire. 



The Freshman Class has reached the first plateau, 
having conquered the challenge of studies, extra- 
curricular activities, and the new experience of ex- 
aminations. President Robert Levine, Vice-President 
Roger Wilson, Secretary Linda Scott, and Treasurer 
Carol Feldman, with the guidance of Miss Gadaire 
and Mr. Whittaker assumed the leadership of the 
largest Freshman class in the history of Longmeadow 
High. Almost two hundred fifty students have 
managed to maintain good academic standing and 
also produce a successful spring dance as their first 
effort as a class. The class looks forward to three 
more busy and challenging years at Longmeadow 
High School. 




FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL 

Front Row: Barbara Macon; Mr. Whittaker; Miss Gadaire; Barbara Kaplan; Diane 

Tomasetti. 

Back Row: Sue Hayes; Virginia Brown; Ronnie Plaisance; Linda Scott; Dennis Harris; 

Bob Levine; Clark Shattuck; Carol Feldman; Roger Wilson; Carolyn Alspach. 



FRESHMAN 

CLASS 
OFFICERS 

Linda Scott; Roger Wilson; 
Bob Levine; Carol Feldman. 




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HOMEROOM 26 



Front Row: Mr. Barsum; Debbie Babb; Roberta Bernstein; 
Lois Abrahams; Susan Benson; Peggy Aldrich; Ronni Al- 
berts; Linda Altman; Eve Sue Benton; Susan Alport; Barry 
Berg. 
Middle Row: Harlan Atwood; Charlie Arnold; Judy Ben- 



zell; Carolyn Alspach; Chris Adams; Cathy Adams; Marion 
Bartlett; Tom Adams; Frank Anzalotti. 

Back Row: Chuck Adams; Tim Beaulieu; Vico Baer; Jim 
Baxter; Danny Bean; Richard Bell. 




Front Row: Mr. Burke; Frank Coes; Jeanine Brady; Pat 
Burke; Ginny Brown; Kris Clarke; Donna Bray; Carol Cone; 
Jane Charlesworth; Richard Cohen; Myles Cooley. 



HOMEROOM 27 



Back Row: Ben Boynton; Bob Conti; Bill Alstrom; Steve 
Aldrich; Pete Coes; David Blakeman; John Brettman; David 
Coen; Sam Chapin. 




HOMEROOM 28 

Front Row: Miss Eaton; Sharon Dyer; Kaethe Cosgriff; 
Janet Dedonis; Terry Coon; Carol Feldman; Haidee Falcon- 
er; Mary Ann Faubion; Steve Ehrlich; Dick Falkenberg; 
Mike D'Angelo. 



Middle Row: Ed Debien; Neil Davidson; Larry Cowles; 
Brad Craig; Greg Dawson; Mike Dyer; Ken Dawson; Dick 
Farrell; Carl Craft. 
Back Row: Richard Edwards; Bruce Deely; Don Ferris. 



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Front Row: Mr. Judd; Laura Hinkson; Jane Freedman; 
Linda Goodell; Phyllis Grossman; Sue Fisher; Glenda Flier; 
Nancy Hastie; Linda Hopkins; Linda Jarvis; Sue Hayes. 
Middle Row: Susanna Hart; Mary Hollabaugh; Andi 



HOMEROOM 29 

Henry; Richard Hall; Fred Hoekstra; Stuart Goldstein; Bob 
Fortin; Colin Fuller; Ned Fitzsimmons; Bob Gates. 
Back Row: Richard Flier; Ken Hollister; Jim Galloway; 
Mike Hardy; Sherwood Harding; Dennis Harris. 




HOMEROOM 30 



Front Row: Mr. Warner; Dianne Kellner; Linda Lane; 
Betsey Lang; Gail Kittredge; Barbara Kaplan; Joanne Leff; 
Kathy Kittredge; Margie Lauer; Jayne Laubinger; Diane 
Koetsch. 



Back Row: Richard Lan; John Kana; Carl Larkin; Dom 
Leone; Andy Leslie; Chuck Kantor; Steve Kellner; Chuck 
Johnson; Ira Kaplan; Peter Jensen. 



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HOMEROOM 32 



Front Row: Mr. Haskell; Betsy Neal; Ruth Nettleton; Bar- 
bara Macon; Ann Lincoln; Patty Morner; Paula Lichter; 
66 Debbie Levine; Helena Manzi; Gail McQuarrie; Donna 
O'Connell; Mary-Beth Lockwood. 
Middle Row: Bruce McCullough; Reggie Murphy; David 



Leeper; Donald LePage; Jeff Kaufman; Davis Nissenbaum; 

Andy Magee; Robert Lezinski; John Mazer; Brian Margolis; 

James Moulton. 

Back Row; Robert Miklaski; Kenny Marshall; Robert 

Levine. 



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HOMEROOM 33 



Front Row: Mr. Joly; Adeline Santinello; Judy Ryan; Ina 
Robinson; Ardell Patno; Barbara Ryder; Lynn Peverly; 
Karen Orenstein; Susan Ronaldson; Nancy Russetti. 



Back Row: Ronnie Plaisance; Stuart Okun; Peter O'Grady; 
Al Rosati; Bob Orsi; Dana Paige; Stanley Salfas; Peter 
Otto; Jeff Rutherford. 




HOMEROOM 34 



Front Row: Mr. Reppucci; Gail Sinclair; Leslie Simons; 
Sue Shepard; Linda Scott; Dolores Souliere; Carol Sunter; 
Randy Steiger; Janet Sickel; Fran Sciutto; Ellyn Short. 
Middle Row: Joel Simonds; Luke Sullivan; Frank Spies; 



Joel Shusman; Phil Schmidt; John Smith; Roy Shea; Jim 

Sleeper; Larry Spaulding; Lee Seabury. 

Back Row: Henry Talbert; Clark Shattuck; Walter Soko- 

lowski. 




HOMEROOM 35 



Front Row: Mr. Ryder; Marjorie Vangeness; Carol Web- 
ber; Ronni Wainstein; Evelyn Whipple; Faith Whitehead; 
Sarah Wickstead; Sandra Thai; Susan Troiano; Doug Thai. 
Middle Row: Mike Walbridge; Will Thayer; David Toma- 



setti; Roger Wilson; Greg Ward; Bruce Underwood; Ron- 
ald Trachtenberg; Fred Varney; Bruce Wilson. 
Back Row: Joe Ward; Bill Wrigley; Garry Twing; Bob 
Vangaasbeck; Bruce Van Dolson. 



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Society 
Holds Gathering 



Council 
Progress 



Clubs Continue Work 
§n Many Busy Projects 



{Drama Club Play 
Smashing Success 



Debating Club 



Teen Council Proves Successful 



What Is The 
U-24 Club? 




Latin Forum 
Recognized 



RED CROSS 

ENDS DRIVE 

CLUB 



Plans For AFS Drive 
Keep Chapter Dusy 



FRENCH CLUB 



Creative Writing 
Club Plans Dooklet 



THIS YEARS STUDENT COUNCIL 
« PLANNING ACTIVE SCHEDULE 



F.T.A. CLUB 



Dramatic Club 
Dines Out 






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Front Row: Myron Kaplan; Wynne Harkless; Sandra Steinberg; 
Betsy Russell; Pam Carson; Dede Wiley; Mary Ellen Mulkerin; 
Jim Pool; Tom Rachele. 

Second Row: Myra Katten; Gay Shattuck; Judy Shindler; Caro- 
lyn Zwirn; Sherry Leeper; Janice Siegel; Judy Leers; Mr. Bar- 
sum. 

VUDIO-VISUAL 

AIDS CLUB 



Third Row: Mary Alice Astaldi; Carolyn Cummings; Ginny Sha- 

kour; Louise Freedman; Betty Hernberg; Gilla Richter; Louise 

Siegel; Al Wood; Art Bloom. 

Back Row: David Kimball; Jeff Hopkins; Jack Settle; Janice 

Holter; Linda Silverman; Barbara Licht; Sue Valliere; Tom Har- 

relson. 




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Club Formed 




MASACKSIC BUSINESS HEADS 

Front Row: Cindy Hayes; Sue Bardach; Barb Benzell; Myra Katten; Mary Ellen Mulkerin. 
Back Row: Mark Levine; Roberta Goldberg; Carolyn Cummings; Judy Shindler; Bob Hoff. 



EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 1961-1962 



Karen Stothert Ginny Shakour 




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ART EDITORS 

Seated: Linda Silverman; Roberta Goldberg. 
Standing: Miss Erickson; Craig Jackson. 




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Intent upon earning a First Prize at the 
Columbia Scholastic Press Conference in 
New York, the staff of the 1962 Masacksic 
settled down to a year of hard work. After 
several meetings and much deliberation, the 
format of this edition was changed in an 
effort to make this 1962 book even better 
than its predecessors. Innovations included 
a double-dedication, concealed by the editors 
until June, pictures captioned with the stu- 
dent's full name, and a new and enlarged 
Senior Section. The staff itself welcomed 
the addition of a new face, Mr. Kirby Judd, 
Literary Advisor. To Mr. Judd goes a great 
deal of thanks for his time spent both in 
learning and in teaching. 

Yet the success of the Masacksic depended 
not only on the efforts of the staff, but on 
the cooperation and enthusiasm of the entire 
student body and the Longmeadow com- 
munity. The student body supported the 
Masacksic by purchasing copies of the an- 
nual and the townspeople contributed gener- 
ously through business advertisements. En- 
couraged by this cooperation, the staff has 
produced a book that it hopes will accurately 
portray life at Longmeadow High School and 
also serve as a souvenir of the graduating 
class of 1962 for students and town resi- 
dents. 




LITERARY 
EDITORS 

Seated: Karen Stothert; Kit- 
ty Kaynor; Carolyn Young. 
Standing: Jim Pool; Ginny 
Shakour. 



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MASACKSIC STAFF 



Front Row: Miss Erickson; Roberta Goldberg; Sue Bardach; Pam 
Dowling; Kitty Kaynor; Myra Katten; Karen Stothert; Ginny 
Shakour; Mary Ellen Mulkerin; Jim Pool; Barbara Benzell; Judy 
Shindler; Carolyn Cummings; Cindy Hayes; Jeff Hopkins; Jay 
Deely. 

Second Row: Brooks Young; Linda Silverman; Carolyn Young; 
Pam Carson; Barbara Licht; Louise Freedman; Louise Siegel; Caro- 
lyn Zwirn, Anita Klempner; Sherry Leeper; Barbara Goff; Jean 
MacLeod; Kathy Moakler; Linda Marcy; Mr. Judd; Mr. Suher. 
Third Row: Lynn blanchette; Janice Holter; Carol Sowers; Gay 
Shattuck; Dede Wiley; Betty Hernberg; Linda Billings; Cathy 
Pitkat; Janice Siegel; Mary Alice Astaldi; Sue Dale; Ann Moran; 



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Paul DelVecchio; Richard Rossow; Bob Hoff. 

Fourth Row: Judy Leers; Ronnie Vollmar; Steve Fox; Richard 
Page; Brad Babb; David Charlesworth; Tom Harrelson; Tom 
Clarke; David Kimball; Bill Amnson; Howie Goldberg; Robert 
Routson; Jack Kaiser; Craig Jackson. 

Fifth Row: Madeline Vecchiarelli; Gay Ranslow; Bonnie Suther- 
land; Sandy MacGregor; Marlene Slater; Judy Laubinger; Judy 
Rawles; Nancy Almgrem; Nancy Lichter; Helene Ponce; Arthur 
Haaxma; Ed Shore; Neil Markson. 

Back Row: Ell ie Shatz; Jean Summersgill; Barbara Benton; Lois 
Abrahams; Sue Alport; Kris Clarke; Sue Gibson; Laurie Ronald- 
son; Peggy Schwartz; Andy Cox; Rondy Alstrom. 




Front Row: Myron Kaplan; Wynne Harkless; Sandra Steinberg; 
Betsy Russell; Pam Carson; Dede Wiley; Mary Ellen Mulkerin; 
Jim Pool; Tom Rachele. 

Second Row: Myra Katten; Gay Shattuck; Judy Shindler; Caro- 
lyn Zwirn; Sherry Leeper; Janice Siegel; Judy Leers; Mr. Bar- 
sum. 



Third Row: Mary Alice Astaldi; Carolyn Cummings; Ginny Sha- 

kour; Louise Freedman; Betty Hernberg; Gilla Richter; Louise 

Siegel; Al Wood; Art Bloom. 

Back Row: David Kimball; Jeff Hopkins; Jack Settle; Janice 

Holier; Linda Silverman; Barbara Licht; Sue Valliere; Tom Har- 

relson. 



JET JOTTER 
EDITORS 

Front Row: Mary Ellen Mul- 
kerin; Dede Wiley; Pam Car- 
son; Betsy Russell; Sandra 
Steinberg. 

Back Row: Myron Kaplan; 
Jack Egan; Bill Ferris; Tom 
Rachele; Jim Pool; Wynne 
Harkless. 




Mr. Barsum with JET 
JOTTER co-editors, Dede 
Wiley and Pam Carson. 




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The JET JOTTER, the only LHS 
news publication, has completed its 
seventh year under Co-Editors Dede 
Wiley and Pam Carson, Business 
Manager Myron Kaplan, seven de- 
partment editors, and advisors Mr. 
Barsum and Miss Jensen. 

The Jet Jotter's admission to the 
Columbia Scholastic Press Associa- 
tion was an important advance for 
the newspaper. The CSPA is a non- 
profit organization dedicated to the 
improvement of school publica- 
tions. 

Other innovations included more 
photographs, fewer advertisements, 
several new feature columns, a new 
format for the "Student of the 
Month" column, and two six page 
issues. These changes, and more, 
made this year the Jet Jotter's most 
successful year. 



TfatuMCil *%<mwi Society 



At the beginning of the school 
year a new slate of officers was 
elected. Ronnie Finn became presi- 
dent and Bill Ferris, Betsy Russell, 
and Ginny Shakour, became vice- 
president, secretary, and treasurer, 
respectively. As usual, the society 
spent a busy year checking coats 
at all school social functions to 
raise money for its scholarship. 
Neil Markson, chairman, and the 
various chairmen of the day super- 
vised the tutoring service that the 
society offers all students. The so- 
ciety's most important event of the 
year came on December 20, when 
the annual alumni - faculty - get - 
together was held. Thanks to Miss 
Maclntyre, and to all members, the 
National Honor Society spent an 
enjoyable and useful year. 




NATIONAL 

HONOR SOCIETY 

OFFICERS 

Seated: Betsy Russell and 
Ron Finn. 

Standing: Bill Ferris and 
Ginny Shakour. 



Neil Markson tutors in math. 




Front Row: Dave Charlesworth; Dede Wiley; Bill Ferris; Ron 

Finn; Betsy Russell; Neil Markson; Miss Maclntyre. 

Back Row: Jack Settle; John Baron; Barbara Benton; Greg Pear- 



son; Meredith Mudgett; Cindy Moyer; Kitty Kaynor; Carolyn 
Young; Gilla Richter; Sandy Steinberg; Louise Siegel; Myron 
Kaplan; Tom Clarke. 



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Front Row: Jim Finn; John Filkins; David Charlesworth; Tom 
Clarke; Jack Fgan; Bob Rossow; Joe Bottone; Myron Kaplan. 
Second Row: John Adiletti; Tom Harrelson; Charlie Downton; 
Steve Parker; Gary Gibbons; Greg Grandison; Brad Babb; John 
Hitz; Ronnie Finn; David Kimball. 

Third Row; Art Bloom; Joey Rowland; Tim Paige; Jim Pool; 
Jack Keiser; Jeff Hopkins; Wynne Harkless; Jay Deely; Billy 



Simons; Mr. Shindler. 

Fourth Row: Bill Ferris; John Harten; Chuck Long; Frank 

Kraft; Rick Cowles; Chris Smith; Mark Levine; Neil Markson; 

Bob Hoff; John Puffer; Paul Rodman. 

Back Row: David Streeter; Tom Kamp; Steve Fox; Richard 

Page; Tom Rachele; Al Hoekstra; Norman Adams; Larry Leve- 

ton; John Hunter. 




TRAFFIC SQUAD CO-CAPTAINS 

Jack Keiser and Jeff Hopkins 



*7*4^tc SqucuL 



The duty of the Traffic Squad, 
which is composed of junior and 
senior boys, is to preserve order 
throughout the corridors of the 
school. With Mr. Shindler as fac- 
ulty advisor and Jack Keiser and 
Jeff Hopkins as Co-Captains, this 
year's squad has been noted for its 
fine organization. 

In addition to maintaining order 
in the halls between classes, the 
squad, under the immediate direc- 
tion of wing captains Tim Paige, 
Tom Clarke, and David Charles- 
worth, must check passes during 
activity periods. Supervising the 
cafeteria is another important duty 
of the squad. Although the number 
of students at Longmeadow High 
has grown, the Traffic Squad con- 
tinues to operate with maximum 
efficiency. 







LIBRARY AIDES 



Front Row: Sue Bardach; Carolyn Zwirn, Nancy Lichter; 
Helene Ponce; Gilla Richter. 

Second Row: Carolyn Cummings; Barbara Benzell; Bev 
Rothman; Andy Margolis; Laurie Brigham; Arlene Berkeley; 
Barbara Bush; Louise Freedman; Muffet Dale. 



Third Row: Miss Baird; Sandy Steinberg; Barbara Cohen; 
Ginger Fisher; Freya Wolk; Sue Durkin; Sandy Dyson; 
Cathy Covalli; Nancy Lynch; Lora Ekmejian. 
Back Row: Guy Litwin; Paul Weidner; Jim Bateman; Bob 
Margolis; Arthur Haaxma; Steve Fox. 




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CAFETERIA AIDES 

Front Row: Sue Sterritt; Barbara Benton; Carolyn Young; Judy Laubinger; Kathy Moakler; Bar- 
bara Corcoran; Barbara Bush. 

Middle Row: Lynn Davenport; Roberta Goldberg; Carolyn Cummings; Ellie Shatz; Carolyn Zwirn; 
Pam Carson; Jean Summersgill. 

Back Row: Mrs. McAfee; Nancy Almgren; Donald Eberhart; Tom Rachele; Helene Ponce; Neil 
Homestead; Judy Shindler; Bob Margolis; Roger Souliere; Keith Kitchener; Linda Silverman; 
Cathy Pitkat. 





SUPPLY AIDES 

Front Row: Nancy Milton; Mary Lane; Bruce 

Cantwell. 

Back Row: Steve Marcus; Al Hoekstra; Tom 

Rachele; Mr. Dankevich. 



OFFICE AIDES 

75 Francine Joyal; Jean Artioli; Laurie Brigham; Sue Low 

(at desk); Jean Cantwell; Jayne Laubinger; Margie 
Lauer. 







Front Row: Ron Kuzon; Joyanne Marcus; Louise Adam; Judy 
Leers; Neil Markson; Jean MacLeod; Betty Hernberg; Alice Var- 
ney; John Adiletti; Brooks Young; Sue Valliere. 
Second Row: Anita Klempner; Caiol Lowe; Sue Hennick; Dor- 
een Blake; Carol DiGore; Chris Basdekis; Linda Marcy; Jerianne 
Alberti; Judy Proctor; Joanne Nitkowski; Margo Godfrey. 



Third Row: Nancy Lynch; Myra Katten; Ellie Shatz; Pam Car- 
son; Leslie Harkless; Betty Fein; Judy Waskiewicz; Peggy 
Schwartz; Mr. Whittaker. 

Back Row: Amy Marcuson; Judy Melvin; Marilyn Goldstein; 
Penny Graham; Louise Freedman; Carolyn Snow; Janice Siegel; 
Meredith Mudgett; Jean Summersgill; Louise Siegel; Maxine 
Krim. 



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FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS 
AND ADVISOR 

Front Row: Judy Leers; Jean Mac- 
Leod. 

Back Row: Neil Markson; Betty 
Hernberg; Mr. Whittaker. 



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One of the newest clubs in our 
school is the French Club, "Le Cer- 
cle Frangais". Membership is open 
to all second, third, and fourth year 
French students. The club was 
formed under the direction of Mr. 
Whittaker for the purpose of bring- 
ing students in contact with French 
culture and civilization, and it 
meets twice a month. The year's 
program .has included lectures and 
slides about France. Senior Jeri- 
anne Alberti entertained the group 
early in the year with a program 
describing her recent trip to France. 
The officers of the French Club for 
the year are Neil Markson, presi- 
dent; Betty Hernberg, vice-presi- 
dent; Jean Macleod, secretary; and 
Judy Leers, treasurer. 



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The Forum Romanum, under the 
capable, supervision of Mrs. Leab, 
exists to stimulate interest in Latin. 
Any Latin student may become a 
member and attend the monthly 
meetings. 

The most significant project of 
the club is the annual Latin ban- 
quet at which the students dress and 
eat as the Romans did. The Latin 
Club also schedules movies which 
illustrate Roman life and customs. 

The officers of the Latin Club 
are Myron Kaplan, president; John 
Baron, vice-president; Barbara Goff, 
secretary; and Debbie Frisbie, treas- 
urer. 



LATIN CLUB OFFICERS 

Front Row: Barbara Goff; Myron 

Kaplan. 

Back Row: John Baron; Debbie 

Frisbie. 




"Look! Here comes Caesar!" 




Front Row: Diane Stentaford; Judy Leers; Janet Goff; Judy 
Proctor; Myron Kaplan; Barbara Goff; Debbie Frisbie; John 
Baron; Marlene Slater; Joanne Nitkowski; Sheryl Leeper; Margie 
Goldstein. 

Second Row: Jim Sagalyn; Jack Egan; Wayne Trebben; Paul 
Markarian; Judy Waskiewicz; Jean Summersgill; Ellie Shatz; 
Louise Siegel; Louise Freedman; Marcia Gale; Sherry Corbet; 
Carol Chereskin. 



Third Row: Laurie Ronaldson; Carolyn Zwirn; Sue Bardach; 

Kate Hennings; Penny Graham; Sue Sterritt; Sue Henry; Linda 

Billings; Pam Stone; Georgia Romandi; Lora Ekmejian; Muffet 

Dale; Cathy Covalli. 

Fourth Row: Bob Friedlander; Bruce Williams; Mike Platzer; 

Ronnie Vollmar; Ann Gostyn; Nita Walter; Betty Fein; Janice 

Siegel; Sue Valliere; Freya Wolk; Vicki Ferguson; Margie Fox; 

Jane Donnelly. 

Back Row: Mr. Kahan; Greg Pearson; Jack Settle; Mrs. Leab. 



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Back Row: Dave Aden; Bruce Brown; Ronnie Vollmer; 
Chip Arnold; Donald Eberhart; Peter Otto; John Ehrlich; 
Guy Lithwin; Joel Nelson. 



The Audio Visual Aids Club, supervised 
by Mr. Pratt, has again done excellent work 
in fulfilling its main function, to assist the 
faculty with the operation of record players, 
film projectors, and tape recorders. In its 
sixth year of operation, the club chose Frank 
Weitzman its president and Bob Dorman 
vice-president. 

In addition to rendering technical services 
to the faculty, the club arranges the lighting 
for dances, the public-address system for 
football games, and the lights and special 
effects for dramatic presentations. It has 
again rendered invaluable assistance to all 
of these activities this year. 






The Photography Club performs many 
services for the school. Directed by Mr. 
Rossiter, president Peter Otto, lab chief Jeff 
Lyman and secretary Jim Sagalyn, the club 
photographs and develops pictures for the 
Masacksic and Jet Jotter. 




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Front Row; Clifford Terry; Richard MacGregory; 
Otto; Chris Hennings; Scott Keil; Mr. Rossiter. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

Peter 



Back Row: Scott Wellman; Mark Levine; James Sagalyn; 
Robert Dorman; Peter Stahl; Gary Kahn; Marc Miller. 







DRAMATIC CLUB 



Front Row : 
Hayes; Judy 
Harkless. 
Second Row: 



Mr. Lopes; 
Laubinger; 



Dede Wiley; Pam Carson; Sue 
Andy Cox; Ellie Shatz; Wynne 



Marcuson; 



Judy Leers; Janice Siegel; Linda Billings; Carol 



It was April 6, opening night at Long- 
meadow High School for a cast of thirty-five 
players and a huge behind-the-scenes stage 
crew. Andy Cox, comedy lead of "The Skin 
of Our Teeth," nervously put on the last 
dab of make-up before the curtain rose. Al 
Wood and Pam Carson, portraying husband 
and wife, married for five thousand years, 
anxiously practiced last minute cues. Margie 
Fox rehearsed her whining while Bill Ferris 
tried to transform himself into the rebellious 
teen-ager he would portray. Mr. Lopes, 
meanwhile, calmly took his seat in the front 
row to watch the performance. 

... It was April 7, and the curtain had 
just fallen after the final performance. The 
applause was long and behind the curtain 
there was much excitement and happiness. 







Sunter; Margie Fox; Carolyn Cummings; 

Nancy Lynch; Cindy Lavin; Carol Sowers. 

Third Row: John Preston; Bill Ferris; Tom Clarke; Dave 

Streeter; Al Wood; Stan Salfas; John Mazer. 

There are many service clubs in the school 
which, because of the nature of their work, 
receive much recognition. This is true of 
the Cycloramists, who add a touch of creativ- 
ity to the decoration of the school building. 
Under the direction of Miss Erickson, they 
have elected Brooks Young, president; Polli 
Cone, vice-president; and Judy Leers, secre- 
tary. Through the combined efforts of the 
whole group, bulletin boards in the halls 
and classrooms have been decorated, and 
settings have been made for the annual 
school play. This club not only offers an in- 
dispensable service to the school, but serves 
as a means by which its members may ex- 
press their artistic talent. 




CYCLORAMISTS 



Front Row: Myra Cohen; Dolores Souliere; Carol Petrie; 
Brooks Young; Judy Leers; Margie Goldstein; Amy Marcu- 
son; Gay Ranslow; Barbara Licht. 

Second Row: Miss Erickson; Barbara Bush; Linda Silverman; 
Marlene Slater; Lynn Blanchette; Pam Rich; Barbara Ben- 
zell; Kitty Kaynor; Bonnie Sutherland; Janice Holter. 
Third Row: Roberta Goldberg; Lynn Peverly; Judy Waskie- 



wicz; Diane Tomassetti; Sally Sheehan; Randy Steiger; 

Nancy Hastie; Muffet Dale; Lora Ekmejian; Joyce Cantwell; 

Meredith Mudgett; Christine Basdekis; Alice Underwood; 

Louise Siegel; Ann Gostyn. 

Back Row: Doug Thall; Scott Kahn; Daryl Richter; Neil 

Blanchette. 



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Front Row: Joanne Nitkowski; Judy Proctor; Andy Cox; Peggy 
Schwartz (moderator); Jack Settle; Alice Varney; Betty Fein. 



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The Creative Writing Club under the direction of 
Miss Eaton has, during its third year, continued to 
stimulate interest in student literary talent. Moder- 
ator Peggy Schwartz, assistant moderator Jack Settle, 
and secretary Alice Varney have led the club in dis- 
cussion and criticism of its members' writing. This 
year the club published the second collection of its 
works — Opus II. 



CREATIVE WRITING 

Back Row: Barbara Kaplan; Donna Palmer; Joanne Leff; Scott 
Kahn; Chuck Kantor; Ann Gostyn; Miss Eaton. 

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The World Affairs Club has completed another 
successful year under the direction and inspiration 
of its advisor, Mr. Joly. The early fall programs in- 
cluded a school-wide assembly to discuss the problem 
of divided Vietnam, and Wednesday afternoon dis- 
cussion topics such as the Common Market and 
Africa. Winter projects were a debate, "Conservatism 
vs. Liberalism", a discussion on the new book "Amer- 
ica Listen", and many more interesting items. On the 
spring agenda was participation in the Model Con- 
gress, and Model Security Council. The Club officers, 
President Peter Cherbas, Vice-President Karen 
Stothert, and Secretary Jerianne Alberti, join Mr. 
Joly and the club members in feeling proud of a 
year's work well done. 




WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB 

Front Row: John Ehrlich; Gilla Richter; Karen Stothert; Jeri- Cherbas. 



anne Alberti: Guy Lithwin; Mike Platzer. 

Middle Row: Ronny Trachtenberg; Stuart Okun; John Mazer; 

Tom Weiss; Dave Arlen; Chip Arnold; Bruce Brown; Peter 



Back Row: Stan Salfas; Jim Sleeper; Dave Coen; Fred Reardon; 
Dave Barrett; Mr. Joly. 



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Front Row: Mr. Shindler; Cindy Hayes; Dede Wiley; Jim Pool; 
Betsy Russell; Gilla Richter; Mary Alice Astaldi; Carolyn Young. 
Back Row: Wynne Harkless; Cindy Moyer; Barbara Benzell; 



Pam Dowling; Carolyn Cummings; Pam Carson; Judy Shindler; 
Cora Whittum; Tom Clarke. 






The American Field Service program in 
Longmeadow has expanded faster than any 
other. This program, whose purpose is to 
promote better relationships and under- 
standing between countries, was first started 
in I960 when Sheila Malone came to Long- 
meadow from Ireland. The following sum- 
mer Tom Clarke represented Longmeadow 
in Denmark, and in the fall Gilla Richter 
came to spend a year with us from Germany. 

Much has also been done to establish a 
permanent Longmeadow Chapter of AFS. 
A committee of townspeople has been 
formed, with Jim Pool and Betsy Russell 
serving as student representatives and Mr. 
Shindler as the faculty representative. Mr. 
Shindler also served as supervisor of the 
drive held each spring to provide the funds 
for our foreign students. The town has been 
divided into sections, and each year it is the 
job of the AFS student members to visit each 
person to solicit funds and create interest in 
the program. 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE OFFICERS 

Cindy Hayes; Tom Clarke; Gilla Richter 




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Front Row: Dorine Blake; Jane Charlesworth; Kaethe Cosgriff; 
Carol Sunter; Muffet Dale; Betty Hernberg; Jean MacLeod; 
Nancy Lichter; Amy Marcuson; Haidee Falconer; Debbie Frisbie. 



Back Row: Louise Adam; Ann Lincoln; Joanne Nitkowski; Max- 
ine Krim; Sherry Leeper; Charlene D'Avenzo; Cindy Tebaldi; 
Nancy Lynch; Christine Basdekis; Vicki Ferguson; Mr. Houle. 




FUTURE TEACHERS OF 
AMERICA OFFICERS 

Front Row: Muffet Dale; Sandy Dyson; Betty 

Hernberg. 

Back Row: Kaethe Cosgriff; Carol Sunter. 




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Under the leadership of Mr. Houle, the 
Future Teachers of America is one of the 
most active groups at Longmeadow High 
School. Spurred on with enthusiasm by its 
officers — Sandy Dyson, president; Betty 
Hernberg, vice-president; Muffet Dale, sec- 
retary; Carol Sunter, treasurer; and Kaethe 
Cosgriff, librarian, the club has participated 
in many events. In pursuit of knowledge 
about the teaching profession, its members 
enjoyed movies, lectures, discussions, and 
actual observation of teaching in schools of 
the Longmeadow system. During National 
Education Week, the club sponsored an as- 
sembly featuring Mr. Stanley C. Ross who 
spoke on "One Step Further in Education". 
This year's group has established a precedent 
for following years. They conducted a bake 
sale to raise funds for a scholarship which 
will be offered to a deserving senior inter- 
ested in the teaching profession. 






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A variety of projects filled the 
program of the High School Red 
Cross Club. Mrs. Rita Carmody, the 
faculty advisor, and officers Karen 
Hardy, president; Roberta Gold- 
berg, vice-president; Barb Goff, 
secretary; and Jan Silansky, treas- 
urer, directed approximately sev- 
enty members in monthly meetings. 
Decorating for a Halloween dance 
at the veterans' hospital, conducting 
a school-wide membership drive in 
November and December, and en- 
tertaining hospitalized servicemen 
at Westover Air Force Base were 
some of the activities that filled a 
busy year. 





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RED CROSS CLUB 
OFFICERS 

Front Row: Karen Hardy; 
Jan Silansky. 

Back Row: Barbie Goff; 
Roberta Goldberg. 




Front Row: Bonnie Sutherland; Lynn Shea; Susan Arnold; Paul 
Markarian; Pete Brand; Brad Babb; Jan Silansky; Barbara Goff; 
Bunny Zwirn; Karen Hardy; Judy Rawles; Gail Kittredge; Car- 
olyn Snow. 

Second Row: Linda Jarvis; Carol Di Giore; Rondy Alstrom 
Cheryl Chalke; Sherry Texeria; Kathy Moakler; Carol Sowers 
Terry Amyx; Judy Atkinson; Maxine Krim; Barbara Benzell 
Susan Bardach; Helen Savio. 

Third Row: Lynn Shapiro; Robin Amyx; Taffy O'Donnell; 
Nancy Almgren; Judy Melvin; Nancy Lynch; Joyanne Marcus; 
Janet Goff; Cynthia Tebaldi; Susan Pierson; Sue Hulit; Ann 
Hinkson. 



Fourth Row; Joyce Raymond; Barbara Corcoran; Karen Talbot; 
Sue Durkin; Andy Margolis; Nancy Anderson; Mimi Wiley; 
Margie Taylor; Judy Ryan; Sue Henry; Pennie Graham; Gay 
Shattuck; Sue Low. 

Fifth Row: Sandy Dyson; Haidee Falconer; Margie Lauer; Bev- 
erly Rothman; Susan Alport; Kris Clarke; Lois Abrahams; Helene 
Ponce; Bill Aronson; Connie Adams; Mary Lee Adams; Mary 
Burridge; Janet Machon. 

Back Row: Carol Alspach; Judy Benzell; Mrs. Carmody; Janice 
Siegel; Louise Siegel; Paula Lichter; Joanne Marino; Martha Gal- 
braith; Eve Sue Benton; Kate Hennings. 



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Front Row: Margie Fisher; Mary Ward; Howie Goldberg; Bon- 
nie Richards; Nancy Milton; Tom Rachele; Pat Cross; Mr. 
Dankevich. 



Back Row: Bill Sattler; Pam Rich; Bonnie Sutherland; Barbara 
Kittridge; Lin Shea; Andy Margolis; Sandy Krevalin; Mary Lane; 
Steve Marcus. 





Keep the presses rolling! 






BUSINESS CLUB 
OFFICERS AND ADVISOR 

Front Row: Nancy Milton; Bonnie 

Richards. 

Back Row: Tom Rachele; Mr. 

Dankevich; Howie Goldberg. 



The Business Club, supervised by 
Mr. Dankevich, has thirty-two 
members, who have actively partici- 
pated in this year's program. Under 
the leadership of President Howard 
Goldberg, Vice-president Nancy 
Milton, Treasurer Tom Rachele, and 
Secretary Bonnie Richards, the 
members have assisted the school 
staff with typing, mimeographing, 
and stencil work. As another of its 
activities the club took a field trip 
to the New England Telephone 
Company. A great deal of thanks 
should be given to the Business 
Club for the services it has rendered 
the school. 







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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT BANK 

Front Row: Amy Marcuson; Joyanne Marcus; Sue Bardach; Car- 
olyn Zwirn; Nancy Lichter. 
Back Row : Mr. Drossel; Myra Katten; Helene Ponce. 




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The Chess Club, with its faculty advisor, Mr. Wil- 
liam Ahern, met nearly every Tuesday afternoon 
during the school year. The club's activities required 
only one officer, a secretary-manager, and Hoyt Poole 
was elected to this important position. J3etween 
November and December, a "ladder" was established 
with the seven strongest players at the top. As the 
■new year began, the chess team organized and played 
a full schedule of meets with several high schools in 
this area. 



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The Junior Achievement Savings Bank opened for 
its eighth consecutive year in November, 1961. Spon- 
sored by the Springfield Institution for Savings, the 
Lancer Savings Bank is headed by Myra Katten and 
Nancy Lichter, executive vice-president and treasurer, 
respectively. Mr. Drossel serves as faculty advisor 
while Mr. Cross, Mrs. Geary, Mrs. Morrell and Miss 
Owens represent the S.I.S. The bank is open for 
business Monday during lunch periods for students 
and faculty. 




CHESS CLUB 

Front Row: Bruce Brown; Hoyt 

Poole; Mike Betley; Dave Barrett; 

Jack Settle; Marc Miller; David 

Arlen. 

Back Row: Tony Clark; David Nis- 

senbaum; Stuart Okun; Steve Ehr- 

lich; John Preston; Mr. Ahern. 



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ORCHESTRA 



Front Row: Betty Hernberg; David Charlesworth; Cliff Terry; 
Janis Temple; Ronni Bloom; Gary Kahn; Jean Brady; Judy Was- 
kiewicz; John Baron. 

Second Row: Peter Cherbas; Meredith Mudgett; Marion Bartlett; 
Joy Nettleton; David Sinish; Jack Shindler; Art Bloom; Greg 
Pearson; David Nettleton. 



Third Row: Karen Stothert; Jerianne Alberti; Scott Kahn; Rob- 
ert Lezinski; Larry Day; Debbie Frisbie; Barbara Benzell; Marcia 
Gale; Bruce Williams; Mark Williams; John Hunter; Connie 
Ramberg; Bob Mauterstock. 
Back Row : Donald Le Page; Steve Alport. 





DISTRICT MUSIC FESTIVAL 

Front Row: Cliff Terry; Meredith Mudgett; Ronnie Bloom; Sandy Dyson; Debbie Frisbie; David 

Sinish. 

Back Row: Greg Pearson; John Baron; Dave Streeter; Chuck Adams; John Wickstead; John 

Hunter. 




FRESHMAN CHORUS 



Front Row: Betsey Lang; Susan Shepard; Karen Orenstein; Jo- 
Anne Leff; Marjorie Lauer; Haidee Falconer; Mary Beth Lock- 
wood; Charles Kantor; Vica Baer; Judith Ryan; Ruth Nettleton; 
Sue Benton; Mary Faubion. 

Second Row: Jane Freedman; Roberta Bernstein; Linda Lane; 
Robin Atkinson; Linda Billings; Deborah Babb; Deborah Levine; 
Carol Cone; Andy Leslie; Robert Lezinski; Stanley Salfas; Ver- 



conia Alberts; Sue Alport; Charlene D'Avenzo; Andrea Henry. 
Back Row: Carolyn Alspach; Donna Palmer; Ann Lincoln; 
Judith Caplan; Leslie Simmons; Patricia Morner; Barbara Ryder; 
Lois Abrahams; Susan Hayes; Judith Benzell; Mary Walling; 
John Carter; William Thayer; Francis Anzalotti; Kris Clark; 
Donna Bray; Jane Charlesworth; Carol Sunter. 



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Front Row : Deborah Frisbie; Sue Valliere; Anita Klempner; Joel 
Greenfeld; Robert Yodlowski; David Sinish; John Shindler; 
Arthur Bloom; Reginald Murphy; Chuck Long; Robert Guertin; 
Mark Levine. 

Second Row: Robert Friedlander; Gregory Pearson; Carol Di 
Giore; George Busby; Guy Lithwin; Robert Joly; Marcia Gale; 
David Leeper; Ronni Bloom; Ronald Finn; Bruce Williams; 
Mark Williams; John Hunter. 



Third Row: William Waiksnoris; James Bateman; Alan Har- 
wood; David Nettleton; Stephen Keiser; James Christensen; Bar- 
bara Benzell; Stephen Aldrich; John Baron; Robert Miklaski; 
Kenneth Dawson; Stephen Petluck; Gregory Dawson; Philip 
Schmidt; Arthur Rickless. 

Back Row: Donald Le Page; Connie Ramberg; James Harrelson; 
Neil Whitehead; Steve Alport; John Wickstead. 



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LYRICS 

Front Row: Linda Billings; Louise Adam; Pam Carson; John Filkins; John Norton; John Carter; 

Donna Bray; Jane Charlesworth. 

Middle Row: Carol Cone; Gay Shattuck; Sue Hulit; David Streeter; Chuck Adams; Craig Jackson; 

Sandy Dyson; Martha Galbraith; Libby Pierce. 

Back Row: Sue Thompson; Dede Wiley; Sue Hayes; Paul Weidner; Steve Fox; John Wickstead; 

Cindy Hayes; Ronni Bloom. 




GLEE CLUB 



Front Row: Louise Siegel; Jane Donnelly; Carol Diamond; Mary 
Burridge; Connie Adams; Pam Carson; Stan Salfas; Robert Lezin- 
ski; Chuck Kantor; John Filkins; Carolyn Cummings; Mary Lee 
Adams; Jean MacLeod; Ellie Shatz; Debbie Frisbie; Marcia Gale. 
Second Row: Martha Hobart; Janice Holter; Mary Alice Astaldi; 
Sue Sterritt; Gay Shattuck; Judy Laubinger; Judy Shindler; 
Penny Graham; Neil Whitehead; Tom Harrelson; Finn Charles- 
worth; John Carter; Pat Thomas; Bev Rdthman; Janice Siegel; 
Ann Jackson; Robin Atkinson; Jane Charlesworth; Janet Ma- 
chon; Pam Stone. 
Third Row: Linda Marcy; Sue Hulit; Louise Adams; Carol Cone; 



Linda Billings; Judy Rawles; Barbara Corcoran; Sue Pierson; 
Charlie Downton; Gene Sokolowski; John Baron; Craig Jackson; 
Laurie Ronaldson; Frances Sacerdote; Martha Galbraith; Taffy 
O'Donnell; Bonnie Sutherland; Christine Basdekis; Donna Bray; 
Gilla Richter; Cathy Pitkat. 

Back Row : Betty Hernberg; Jerianne Alberti; Sue Thompson; 
Libby Pierce; Cynthia Moyer; Lynn Davenport; Carolyn Snow; 
Dede Wiley; Sue Hayes; Steve Alport; Steve Fox; Bill Waik- 
snoris; Dave Streeter; Gail Russell; Leslie Harkless; Ginny 
Shakour; Sandy Dyson; Cindy Hayes; Arlene Barkeley; Merle 
Shapiro; Barbara Cohen; Joy Nettleton. 



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The weeks before April seventh and eighth 
were weeks of great activity at L.H.S. This was 
because the musical, "Oklahoma", was in its final 
stages of production. The play was ably managed 
by several members of the faculty: Mr. Warner, 
Mr. Burkle, and Mrs. Wells, who directed the 
acting, music and dancing, respectively; Mr. Ros- 
siter, who directed the stage crew; and Miss 
Erickson, who was the expert on scenery and 
make-up. 

The play, starring John Wickstead and Shirlee 
Bocchino (as male and female leads), was a 
smash success during each of its performances. 
Judging from the excellent newspaper reviews, 
we can be sure that the audience left the audi- 
torium satisfied with this exhibition of Long- 
meadow High School talent. 




'Many A New Day" 



'Poor Jud Is Daid" 




Front Row: Carolyn Ryder; Sue Gibson. 

Back Row: Judy Memery; Jim Purdy; Ann Murphy; Ned 

Cummings; Linda Green. 



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To bring the school year 1960-1961 to a successful 
close, a fashion show, directed by Mrs. Gertrude 
Blakeborough, and an art exhibit under the direction 
of Miss Lillian Erickson, were held. All girls who 
were enrolled in home economics classes participated 
by modeling the clothes which they had made. To 
add special zest to the program, several senior boys 
called for the girls and then escorted them off-stage. 
The unusual feature of the year's show was Mrs. 
Well's modeling her wedding dress, which had been 
made by Linda Waskiewicz, a senior student. 

The paintings in the art show were all done by 
students in the high school art classes and the par- 
ents who attended the exhibit were asked to judge 
them and to vote for the one they liked the best. 
Janice Holter and Scott Kahn were in charge of the 
voting. After the ballots were counted, it was found 
that Dave Stockman's painting had been selected as 
the favorite. 

Beyond any doubt, last year's fashion show and art 
exhibit were the most successful yet presented. 




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Front Row : Linda 
Waskiewic2; Carol Bi- 
sesti. 

Back Row ; Marjorie 
Fisher; Dale White; 
Patricia Kranzusch; 
Patricia Kranzusch; 
Nancy Benton. 




"The Critics" 



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SixtA Science 

The sixth annual Science Fair, held on 
March 22, 1961, under the direction of 
Mr. Pratt, gave students a chance to display 
their abilities in the science field. Over 
seventy projects were entered for display and 
competition. The projects were divided into 
four categories: general science, biology, 
physics, and chemistry. 

The judges were science instructors from 
local schools and colleges and representatives 
of local business firms connected with sci- 
ence. First prize winners in each section 
were: Bill Leab, biology; Ronnie Finn and 
Myron Kaplan, chemistry; Don Kalecher, 
physics; and Linda Silverman, general sci- 
ence. 

The judging and awarding of prizes was 
done in the afternoon of March 22, and in 
the evening, from seven to nine, many resi- 
dents of Longmeadow and surrounding com- 
munities came to see the exhibits. 




Scientists Finn and Kaplan 
Now take this . . . 



Molybdenum? 




In outer space . . . 



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"Me and My Shadow" 



"Poncho & the Dean" 



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On Wednesday, April 26, the annual Fun- 
day, under the direction of Mr. Suher, was 
presented to the student body. Each year 
this program is sponsored by the Student 
Council which donates all Funday proceeds 
to its scholarship fund. Highlights of the 
show included the appearance of Dale Rich- 
ter as an ex-fiddler of the czar of Russia and 
Phil Collins as a talented French painter. 
"Dollie Dimwit", Whitney Ronaldson, then 
presented her charming models, Jim Wal- 
ling, Dave Baker, Bill Bateman, Ned Cum- 
mings, and Zane Mirkin, who displayed the 
latest spring fashions. The show was con- 
cluded with several acts presented by the 
faculty: the McQueer Sisters (Messrs. Jos- 
selyn, Ursprung, Haskell, and D'Agostino) 
and "Jubilation T. Cornpone", Mrs. Pelczar- 
ski, displayed their talents in this portion of 
the program. 



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"Mutual Admiration Society? 








The high spot 



1961 



Although the decorations for the "Mardi Gras" were appro- 
priate, the weather was not. The gym was decorated in white, 
gold, and American beauty roses, with an impressive gold and 
rose throne overlooking the bajl room. 

Outside the night was decorated with white. However, the 
snow did not dampen the evening for David Charlesworth 
and Patty Thomas who were crowned king and queen by 
Mr. MacFarlane. The Prom co-chairmen, Jim Pool and Pam 
Carson, and the weatherman planned a night that will be 
remembered. 



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Next week at this time we will be sentimental- 
ly reminiscing about one of the most memorable 
weeks of our lives — Senior Week. Pictured here 
are some scenes from last year's Senior Week: the 
banquet, held at Wiggins Tavern; the Senior 
Prom, organized by Elaine Guistina and Rich 
Matulewicz; and Graduation, where Brian Edger- 
ly gave his Commencement Speech, and Tom 
Clarke and Carolyn Young served as Marshals. 

One week from today our Senior Week will 
be over. Although we will be exhausted and 
very sad, we will be anxiously looking forward 
to seeing pictures of our Senior Week in next 
year's Masacksic. 



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Bruce Anderson and Gail Merriam in the spotlight. 



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Debbie Poole gladly gives Sheila Malone a memento, a token of the place which 
she held in our hearts. 




Wiggins Tavern supplied the 
food while our Seniors sup- 
plied the entertainment. 



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Without a doubt, the head 
table enjoyed the "61" Ban- 
quet. 



Mr. Shindler accepts the yearbook which the Senior Class 
so appropriately dedicated to him. 



President Brian Edgerly presents the class gift to Mr. Mac- 
Farlane, our principal. 



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Sandy Gurland receives her 
diploma from the Superin- 
tendent of Schools. 



Tom Clarke; Carolyn Young; 
Mr. Burkle; Mr. Cone; Mr. 
Marfarlane; Dr. Copeland; 
Father Foran; Reverend 
Schmidt. 



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Dr. Copeland, Guest speaker at graduation, 
discussed the problems of education. 




Carolyn Young; Mr. Burkle; 
Mr. Cone; Mr. Marfarlane; 
Dr. Copeland; Father Foran; 
Reverend Schmidt. 



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VARSITY BASEBALL 



Front Row: Pete Brand; Kenny Lang; Tim Paige; Paul Del- 
Vecchio; Tom Harrelson; John Mayock; Ronnie Kuzon. 
Middle Row: Brian Edgerly; Jimmy Walling; Ned Cum- 



mings; Jack Keiser; Jim Pool; Jeff Hopkins. Back Row: 
Jim MacGregory; Al Stewart; Gary Gibson; Tom Clarke; 
Rich Matulewicz; Harvey Heafitz; Coach D'Agostino. 



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A combination of good pitching and solid hitting 
were the key factors in the 13-2 record compiled by 
the 1961 Lancer baseball team. Brian Edgerly (5-0), 
Richie Matulewicz (3-0), Jeff Hopkins (3-1), and 
Pete Brand (2-0) all pitched good baseball through- 
out the season and wound up with a 2.19 earned-run- 
average. John Mayock (.364), Jimmy Walling 
(.440), Garry Gibson (.340), and Brian Edgerly 
(.441) backed up a good pitching staff by outslug- 
ging the opposition. As a team, Longmeadow scored 
three times as many runs as all of its opponents 
combined. 



The highlight of the season was the Lancer's first 
trip to the Western Massachusetts baseball tourna- 
ment. The Lancers failed to play their usual brand 
of good baseball and were beaten by Chicopee High, 
who later became state champions. However, the 
experience gained at the tournament should prove in- 
valuable to next year's team. This experience as well 
as the return of four starters, including two starting 
pitchers, makes their prospects for the 1962 season 
seem very favorable. 




Pete Brand 



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Kenny Lang 




Tom Clarke 



Jack Keiser 



Jim Pool 




BASEBALL 1961 

Longmeadow Visitors 

10 Tech 1 

8 Minnechaug 

5 Ludlow 3 

6 South Hadley 3 

South Hadley 1 

5 Trade 1 

16 Palmer 3 

12 Ludlow 6 

9 Trade 3 

9 Classical 2 

4 Tech 2 

9 Classical 1 

6 West Springfield .... 5 

7 East Longmeadow... 3 
2 Chicopee 13 




Tom Harrelson 



Paul DelVecchio 




Tim Paige 





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Jeff Hopkins 




JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 



Front Row: Mr. Josselyn; Art Bloom; Steve Parker; Bob 
Cohen; Don Temple; Bob Wood. 

Second Row: Jack Sickel; Neil Rivchin; Steve Baldwin; Jim 
Finn; Rick Cowles; Reed Cruess. 



Third Row: Mr. Burke; Jim Purdy; Dick Bond; John Pot- 
ter; Bill Matulewicz; Jim Taylor. 

Back Row: Bruce Elmer; Al Carter; Gary Bartolucci; Chuck 
Long; Don Greenwell; Gerry Lawrence. 



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The 1960-61 J. V. baseball team, under the supervision of Mr. Josselyn, enjoyed 
a fine season of nine wins and one loss. This record was due to a strong team effort 
by all members of the squad. 

Outstanding performances were given by Bill Matulewicz, Don Temple, Bob 
Cohen, and Steve Parker. The highlight of the season came when the team defeated 
West Springfield, three runs to two, all runs having been earned by the errors of 
the other team. 

The members of this strong J. V. squad will form the nucleus of next year's 
varsity team. 




FRESHMAN BASEBALL 



Front Row: Paul Rigali; Peter Leven; Wells Chandler; Gary 
Bartolucci. 
'\C\A Second Row: Bill Bennett; Neil Rivchin; Steve Baldwin; 
Don Greenwell. 



Third Row: Mr. Burke; Bill Lincoln; Jim Purdy; Dick 
Bond; John Potter. 

Back Row: Mr. Josselyn; Bruce Elmer; Royce Cort; Bob 
Chaffe; Jim Taylor. 







Front Row: Norman Adams; Bruce Schiff; Ed Epstein; Dale 
Richter; Jan Silansky; John Sellers; Bob Taylor; Mr. Ur- 
sprung. 

Second Row: Ron Finn; Bill Ferris; Dave Charlesworth; 
Larry Stahlberg; Jack Egan; Charles Downton; Neil Mark- 
son. 



Third Row: Bob Fagin; Larry Bernstein; Christy Smith; 

Greg Grandison; Finn Charlesworth; Tony Clark; John 

Puffer. 

Fourth Row: Al LaRose; Mike Sullivan; Bruce Sutherland; 

Wayne Trebbin; Bob Mauterstock; Daryl Richter. 

Back Row: Cliff Terry; Richard MacGregory. 




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83 

46 

51 

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Visitors 

Agawam 46 

Cathedral 79 

East Longmeadow 19^2 

South Hadley .... 501/2 

Amherst 38i/ 2 

Turners Falls 53 V2 

East Longmeadow 28 

Minnechaug 62 

Agawam 37 

East Windsor .... 32Vi 

South Hadley 60 




John Puffer 



Larry Stahlberg 



Norman Adams 




Dave Charlesworth 



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Neil Markson 



The 1961 track team had the finest record in the 
history of Longmeadow High. Coached by Mr. Ur- 
sprung, this outstanding track squad compiled a record 
of five wins, one second place, and only three losses. 

Outstanding performances by individuals brought 
many new changes in the record book. Versatile Dale 
Richter, who was high point man, set records in the 
220-yard dash, the 180-yard low hurdles, and the shot 
put. Dave Charlesworth, second high scorer, established 
records in the 880-yard run, and the high jump. Bob 
Taylor, a powerful runner, tied the existing 100-yard 
dash, and set a new record in the broad jump. Jim 
Thompson had the unique honor of breaking his own 



record in the javelin throw. Bill Ferris, a newcomer, 
showed natural running ability and became a consistent 
winner in the mile run. Another newcomer, Larry Bern- 
stein, performed commendably in the 440-yard run. 
The efforts of Bruce Schilff in the pole vault, John Sel- 
lers in the javelin, Jan Silansky in the sprints, Larry 
Stahlberg in the shot put, and Nel Markson in the broad 
jump also helped to make a winning track team. New- 
comers Bob Mauterstock, in the weights, and Chris 
Smith, in the mile, look promising in their events. With 
the development of interest in track, the Lancers should 
become a powerful track team in this area. 




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Coach Haskell; Zane Mirkin, Dave Streeter; Ralph 

Rachele; Frank Kraft; Bill Niemi; Phil Collins. 



The 1961 Lancer golf team compiled 
a successful 5-5-1 record. Phil Collins 
was the number one man on the team, 
followed by Dave Streeter, Zane Mirkin, 
and Bill Niemi. Highlights of the sea- 
son included Dave Streeter 's hole-in-one 
on the 167 yard, par three, seventh hole 
of the Longmeadow Country Club, and 
Phil Collins's two over par 73 at the 
same course. Phil placed ninth in the 
Massachusetts State Schoolboy Golf 
Tournament, and this was the climax to 
the successful season. 



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Under the able direction of coach 
Maurice Suher, the Longmeadow tennis 
team was sparked to a successful season 
of eight wins and four losses. Tim 
Purdy, top man, led the team to many 
victories, the most notable being two 
wins over Technical High School. Oth- 
er impressive performances in single 
matches were given by Steve Parker, 
Jay Deely, and Bill Simons and in 
doubles by Myron Kaplan and Cary 
Coen. The highlight of the season was 
Jay Deely's reaching the quarterfinals 
of the Western Massachusetts High 
School Tennis Tournament. 




TENNIS TEAM 



Front Row: Stuart Barowsky; Jim Sagalyn; Charlie Carter; Jim Deely. 

Second Row: Kendall Smith; Tim Purdy; Bill Simons; Steve Parker; Cary Coen. 

Back Row: John Ehrlich; Richard Page;. Myron Kaplan; Bob Rossow; Tom Moriarity; 

Mr. Suher. 




Bill Sunter 



Moose Hollister 



Mugs Silansky 



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The Junior Varsity Football team, coached by Mr. Ryder and Mr. Burke, com- 
pleted the season with one win and six losses. Despite their defeats, the J. V. squad 
was spirited, with such players as Charles Arnold, Clark Shattuck, Ken Hollister, John 
Potter, Wells Chandler, and Mark Williams, contributing to their one overwhelming 
victory over Minnechaug, 58 to 0. The J. V. team gained much experience during 
this season which should prove valuable in future years. 




J. V. FOOTBALL 



Front Row: Mr. Burke; Brian Margolis; Bill Thayer; Bruce Van 
Dolson; Clark Shattuck; Carlton Craft; Roger Wilson; Ben 
Boynton; Bill Bennett; Mr. Ryder. 
Second Row: Mike Hardy; Russ Simons; Richard Flier; Tom 



Reilly; Ken Hollister; Bruce Wilson; Sam Chapin; Bruce Mc- 
Cullough; Garrison Twing. 

Back Row: Dan Bean; David Blakeman; Jeff Rutherford; Rich- 
ard Lan; Don Ferris; Charles Arnold; Mike D'Angelo. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 



Front Row: Jan Silansky; Pete Brand; John Hitz; John Harten; 
Tom Clarke; Jeff Hopkins; Bill Sunter; Dave Charlesworth; 
Fred Hollister; Bill Ferris. 

Second Row: Joe Chiusano; Joe Broderick; Bob Mauterstock; 
Steve Baldwin; Steve Parker; Bill Diver; Bob Cohen; Steve 



Goldberg; Don Temple. 

Third Row: Wells Chandler; Jim Purdy; Gil Upson; Roger 

Siver; Bruce Sutherland; Don Greenwell; Paul Markarian; John 

Potter; Cal Mclver; Mark Williams. 

Back Row: Mr. D'Agostino; Al Carter; Mr. Ursprung. 



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The Longmeadow High School Football Team en- 
joyed a successful season of seven wins and one loss in 
its debut in the Suburban League. Under the excellent 
leadership of Coach Ursprung and Coach D'Agostino, 
an inexperienced but determined Lancer squad devel- 
oped into a powerful football team. 

The Lancers opened the 1961 season with a 14-12 
win over South Hadley. Jeff Hopkins set up the win- 
ning touchdown drive in the fourth period with a 43 
yard punt return. Steve Parker then brought the win- 
ning touchdown with less than 48 seconds remaining in 
the game. In the next game, quarterback Jeff Hopkins 
threw two touchdown passes to Tom Clarke, and carried 
the ball himself for the third touchdown to beat Tan- 
tasqua Regional 22-6. Longmeadow increased its win- 
ning streak to ten games with a 14-6 victory over 
Ludlow. Because of their strength and experience, the 
Lancers had little trouble defeating Minnechaug 34-0. 
Jeff Hopkins again led the team to victory with three 
touchdowns. Steve Parker, Don Greenwell, and Don 
Temple also scored for the Lancer cause. Longmeadow's 
30-14 victory over Palmer marked its twelfth consecu- 
tive victory establishing the longest winning streak in 



the history of the school. The Lancers scored on the first 
kickoff when Steve Parker ran 81 yards for the first 
touchdown. From then on, Longmeadow had little 
trouble controlling the game. A high-spirited Enfield 
team handed Longmeadow its first setback of the season, 
34-12. Longmeadow followed this defeat with a hard- 
fought 28-20 victory over East Longmeadow. In the 
final game of the season, Longmeadow whipped its 
arch-rival, Classical High School, by a score of 40-14. 
Halfback Steve Parker was the outstanding player with 
three touchdowns. The highly successful Hopkins-to- 
Clarke combination was responsible for two more touch- 
downs. 

Because of their outstanding playing ability, co- 
captains Jeff Hopkins and Tom Clarke were selected for 
the Suburban League All-Star Team and the All-Western 
Massachusetts Team. Powerhouse end Tom Clarke was 
also named to the Wigwam Wiseman All American 
Team. 

With many returning lettermen, next year's football 
team, led by co-captains Steve Parker and Steve Gold- 
berg, should continue Longmeadow's fine winning tra- 
dition. 




FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAINS 

Coach D'Agostino; Jeff Hopkins; Tom Clarke; Coach Ursprung. 




John Harten 






Jeff Hopkins 



Tom Clarke 



Bill Ferris 




Pete Brand 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 

Longmeadow Visitors 

14 South Hadley 12 

22 Tantasqua 6 

14 Ludlow 6 

34 Minnechaug 

30 Palmer 14 

12 Enfield 34 

28 East Longmeadow 20 

40 Classical 14 











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CO-CAPTAINS: 

Jack Keiser; Tim Paige 




Jim Pool 



Bill Simons 




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Neil Markson 



Kenny Lang 




VARSITY SOCCER 



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Front Row: Rick Cowles; Jeff Sickel; Neil Markson; Jay 

Deely; Bill Simons; Tim Paige; Jack Keiser; Jim Pool; 

Kenny Lang; Frank Kraft; Rich Page. 

Back Row: Steve Petluck; Dick Rossow; Bill Matulewicz; 



Ricky Upson; Dave Streeter; Harry Ehrlich; Steve Moyer; 
Bob Hitchins; Gary Gibbons; Ron Kuzon; Neil Rivchin; 
Craig Jackson; Bill Godfrey; Mr. Suher. 






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Speed and aggressiveness were the keynotes of the 1961 season. 
Led by co-captains Tim Paige and Jack Keiser, the Lancer hooters 
won eight games, lost five, and tied one to complete an impres- 
sive season against some of the toughest competition in the area. 
Highlights of the season included victories over undefeated Lud- 
low, and unscored-upon Cathedral; Jim Pool's five goals in one 
game to tie a league record; the development of Bill Matulewicz 
into one of the league's top goalies; the aggressive play of Jack 
Keiser and Ricky Cowles; Jim Pool's eighteen goals, all made in 
a single season, which set a new record for the Pioneer Valley 
League; and the fine performance of underclassmen on a team 
which lacked depth. One of the disappointments of the season 
was that Longmeadow came so close to winning a place in the 
Western Massachusetts tournament, but was not selected. Post 
season all-star selections unanimously placed Jack Keiser and Jim 
Pool on the Pioneer Valley team, while Tim Paige, Bill Simons, 
and Jay Deely received honorable mention. 

The 1962 team, which will be captained by Ricky Cowles and 
Jim Finn and will have several starters from this year's team will 
have the potential to bring Longmeadow High School its first 
Western Massachusetts championship. 



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SOCCER 

Visitors 

Minnechaug 1 

Classical 2 

West Springfield 1 

Chicopee 1 

East Longmeadow 

Monson 4 

Ludlow 1 

Minnechaug 1 

Chicopee 

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West Springfield 2 

East Longmeadow 1 

Ludlow 

Monson 2 




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The Junior Varsity Soccer team, coached by Mr. Climo, and 
Larry Holt, his assistant-coach from Springfield College, enjoyed 
a season with the excellent record of eight wins, five losses, and 
one tie. In almost all of the season's matches, the scores were so 
close, that victory could have fallen to either side. At mid-season 
the record of the team stood at two wins, five losses, and one 
tie. Against great odds, the J.V.'s made an amazing comeback by 
winning their last six games of the year. The team was victorious 
through the efforts of Jack Sickel, Alan Cowles, Pete Miller, 
Murray Leety, Bob Chaffe, and goalie Jim Harrelson. These boys 
will be a great asset to future varsity squads. 



Jay Deely 




Front Row: David Sinish; Gerry Nannen; George Busby; 
John Carter; Rick Emery; Norman Patton; Steve Keiser; 
Dana Paige; David Tomassetti; Robert Chaffee; Jack Shind- 
ler. 



Back Row: Mr. Climo; Alan Harwood; Jim Harrelson; Peter 
Miller; Rocky Adriance; Robert Joly; Murray Leery; Peter 
Hobart; Jack Sickel; Richard Hall; Ned Reidy; Paul D'An- 
gelo; Alan Cowles; Larry Holt. 



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The year 1962 marked the sixth consecutive season 
that the Longmeadow High varsity basketball team com- 
pleted a winning season. Inexperience and lack of height 
prevented Coach Haskell's squad from doing better than 
their eight wins and five losses. With only Tom Clarke 
returning from the previous year's starting five, it was 
necessary for Coach Haskell to develop a team built en- 
tirely upon last year's second string and a group of new- 
comers from the junior varsity. Pete Brand, Jeff Hop- 
kins, Bill Matulewicz, Tom Donelley, Jim Pool, and Bill 
Simons, playing their first full session of varsity basket- 
ball, participated in most of the games. 




The season itself was highlighted by several close ball- 
games. Easthampton, East Longmeadow, and both games 
with Classical were won by Lancers by less than four 
points. However, tough opposition such as Northamp- 
ton and Lee defeated the Lancers, and in the case of the 
latter, ended Longmeadow's 20 game winning streak of 
home games. 

Next year's prospects seem quite bright with the re- 
turn of Bill Matulewicz, Steve Parker, Steve Goldberg, 
and Bob Patterson along with a fine junior varsity squad 
moving up to the varsity level. These boys should pro- 
vide Lancer basketball fans with many thrills. 





Tom Harrelson 



Jeff Hopkins 
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Jay Deely 





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Bill Simons 



Tom Clarke 



Moose Hollister 




BASKETBALL 1962 

Longmeadow Visitors 

50 Easthampton 49 

69 Ludlow 35 

50 South Hadley 58 

58 Northampton 84 

49 Classical 43 

53 East Longmeadow.. 42 

78 Classical 74 

60 Minnechaug 45 

66 Lee 53 

57 Minnechaug 31 

41 Ludlow 54 

42 Easthampton 49 

51 East Longmeadow 50 



Pete Brand 



Tom Donnelly 




Paul DelVecchio 




Jim Pool 



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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Front Row : 
Steve Baldwi 
Middle Row 



Wells Chandler; Jim Purdy; Gary Gibbons; 
n; Bob Van Gaasbeck. 
Mr. Josselyn; Bruce Sutherland; Wayne Don- 



aldson; Roger Siver; Bob Mauterstock; Chuck Long. 

Back Row: Steve Petluck; Neil Rivchin; Dick Bond; Bill 

Dyson; Tom Weiss. 



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Coached by Mr. Josselyn, the J.V. team had a record of four wins and ten losses. The 
squad consisted mainly of Sophomores, and this accounted for the team's lack of ex- 
perience. Steve Baldwin, Wells Chandler, Gary Gibbons, and Jim Purdy sparked this 
year's team, and because of these players, who will return next year, Longmeadow 
looks forward to a successful season in 1962-63. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 



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Front Row: Bob Joly; Don Ferris; Charlie Johnson; Roger 
Wilson; Myles Cooley. 

Second Row: Henry Talbot; Ken Hollister; Charlie Arnold; 
Larry Spaulding; Bill Cook; Mr. Teixeira. 



Back Row: Steve Keiser; Barry Berg; Sam Chapin; Bruce 

McCullough; Peter Otto. 

Absent: Bob Levine; Clark Shattuck; Pete Miller; Brad 

Craig. 




HOCKEY TEAM 



Front Row: Bob Chaffee; Frank Diver; Don Temple; Frank 
Kraft; Craig Jackson; Joe Bottone; Murray Leety; Ed Fitz- 
simmons; Jeff Lyman; Alan Harwood; Tim Beaulieu. 
Back Row: Mr. Wiley; Gil Upson; Don Greenwell; John 



Potter; Carl Craft; John Wickstead; Dave Streeter; Gene 
Sokolowski; Tom Reilly; Peter Leven; John Donohoe; John 
Carter; Mr. Ryder. 



The 1962 Lancer Hockey Team 
ended its first season in the Robert 
T. Berry League with a 3-12 record. 
In spite of the keener competition, 
Coach Ryder, with the assistance of 
Coach Wiley developed an inexpe- 
rienced hockey squad into a hard 
playing team. Although the Lancers 
won only three of their games, they 
showed great spirit and determina- 
tion. Sophomores Don Temple and 
John Potter led the Lancer attack 
with their fine passing and shoot- 
ing. A strong sophomore bench in- 
cluding Frank Diver, Tim Beaulieu, 
John Donahoe, Peter Leven, Bob 
Chaffee, and Murray Leety contrib- 
uted much to the Lancer cause. John 
Wickstead and Dave Streeter were 
the key men on the defense. Senior 
Joe Bottone did an outstanding job 
in the goal with his magnificent 
saves. 




Gene Sokolowski 



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Joe Bottone 



HOCKEY 

Longmeadow Visitors 

2 Chicopee 9 

1 Tech 2 

6 Trade 7 

1 Cathedral .... 4 

2 W.Springfield 7 
2 Chicopee 3 

Tech 4 

1 Trade 

2 Cathedral .... 7 

3 W.Springfield 7 

1 Chicopee 4 

2 Tech 5 

3 Trade 1 

3 W.Springfield 2 

2 Cathedral 10 



After seven straight losses, the 
Lancers showed their determination 
to win with a hard fought 1-0 vic- 
tory over Trade High School. John 
Donahoe, assisted by Gene Soko- 
lowski, scored the only goal for 
Longmeadow, while Joe Bottone's 
fierce net play prevented Trade 
from scoring. Another win over 
Trade marked the Lancer's second 
win and this time the score was 3-1. 
However, the crowning game of the 
1962 season was a strong 3-2 vic- 
tory over league-leading West Side. 
John Potter led the scoring with 
two goals and Murray Leety scored 
Longmeadow's other goal. 

With most of the hockey team 
returning next year, the Lancers 
should develop into a formidable 
power in the Robert T. Berry 
League. 




John Wickstead 



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DRILL TEAM 



Front Row. Laura Wallace; Pat Thomas; Ann Moran; 
Kathy Moakler; Nancy Almgren; Cindy Moyer; Gay Shat- 
tuck; Judy Shindler; Roberta Goldberg. 
Second Row: Judy Waskiewicz; Judy Leers; Cindy Hayes; 
Dede Wiley; Mary Ellen Mulkerin; Leslie Harkless; Ginny 
Shakour; Betsy Russell. 



Third Row: Karen Talbot; Connie Bray; Lynn Davenport; 

Louise Siegel; Sue Henry; Lynn Blanchette; Bette Fein; 

Janice Siegel. 

Back Row: Sue Hulit; Sue Valliere; Meredith Mudgett; 

Alice Varney; Jean Summersgill; Ann Jackson; Mary Lee 

Adams. 



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The Longmeadow High Drill Team, led by 
co-captains Cindy Moyer and Nancy Almgren, 
gave impressive performances at the football and 
basketball games. Under the supervision of Miss 
Maclntyre, the team practiced their marching 
early in the morning and late into the afternoon 
to achieve the precision that made them re- 
nowned. All of this work culminated in the fine 
halftime shows in which these girls marched. 




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WHITE 
TEAM 




JET AND WHITE CO-CAPTAINS 

Karen Hardy; Carolyn Young; Mary Alice Astaldi; Mary 
Ellen Mulkerin. 



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Carolyn Cummings and her 
hard working, always laughing, 
cheerleading squad sparked this 
year's football and basketball 
teams to many victories. As our 
school has grown, so has its 
spirit, and with the leadership 
of the Cheerleaders and the Pep 
Squad "boundless enthusiasm 
and good sportsmanship" have 
become our motto. Many 
thanks should be given to these 
vivacious girls whose imagina- 
tion and energy have done 
much to stimulate school spirit. 



CHEERLEADERS 

Front Row: Barbara Benton; Dee Dibble; Carolyn Cummings; Mary Alice Astaldi; Carolyn Young. 
Back Row: Linda Merriam; Candy Rock; Carol Sowers; Pam Regan; Sue Dale. 



Although there was not a fully 
organized gym team this year, a 
group of enthusiastic girls kept up 
their practicing and participated in 
an invitational gym meet at Min- 
nechaug, and ended the year by at- 
tending the State Meet in Welles- 
ley. These gymnasts, and many girls 
desiring to learn were lucky to have 
an added attraction of gym on 
Tuesday nights for all girls search- 
ing for fun and new skills. 




GYMNASTIC TEAM 

Front Row: Candy Rock; Lynn Davenport; 

Barbara Anas. 

Second Row: Mrs. Wells; Pam Barnes; Mary 

Alice Astaldi. 

Third Row: Barbara McGuire; Nancy Frost; 

Betsy Russell; Carolyn Young. 

Back Row: Judy Little; Linda Pratt; Pam 

Regan. 



Thirty-two boys and girls who 
are competent athletes and who 
have maintained a satisfactory aca- 
demic record are the members of 
the 1962 Leaders' Club. The club's 
purpose is to assist the Physical Ed- 
ucation teachers in directing gym 
classes and in the planning of intra- 
mural activities. The club wishes 
to thank their advisors, Mrs. Martin 
and Mr. D'Agostino, for the valua- 
ble training in teaching and leader- 
ship that they have received this 
year. 








LEADERS CLUB 



Front Row: Neil Markson; Pat Thomas; Cindy Hayes; 
Barbara Benton; Karen Hardy; Carolyn Young; Jay Deely. 
Second Row: Bob Cohen; Mary Ellen Mulkerin; Barbara 
Goff; Ginny Shakour; Carolyn Snow; Barbara Licht; Debbie 
Frisbie; Sue Valliere; Bill Ferris. 

Third Row: Jim Finn; Dave Streeter; Kathy Moakler; Ann 
Moran; Carol Sowers; Mary Alice Astaldi; Dede Wiley; 

This year, the girls basketball team, co-cap- 
tained by Cindy Hayes and Betsy Russell, had a 
full schedule, playing Classical, Commerce, Min- 
nechaug, and MacDuffie. Under the leadership 
of Mrs. Martin, the girls spent their activity 
periods practicing and went on to victory filled 
with enthusiasm and good sportsmanshp. 



GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL 

Front Row: Judy Little; Cindy Tebaldi; Pam Regan; 

Karen Hardy; Nita Walter. 

Second Row: Pat Thomas; Dede Wiley; Carol Sowers; 

Cindy Hayes; Leslie Harkless; Pam Dowling. 

Back Row: Mrs. Martin; Ann Moran; Rondy Alstrom; 

Mary Ellen Mulkerin; Kathy Moakler; Betsy Russell. 



Meredith Mudgett; Bill Simons. 

Fourth Row: Steve Goldberg; John Harten; Bill Sunter; 

Laura Wallace; Cindy Moyer; Pam Dowling; Betsy Russell; 

Jack Keiser; Mr. D'Agostino. 

Back Row: Steve Parker; Jan Silansky; Tom Clarke; Tom 

Harrelson; Dave Charlesworth; Jim Pool; Jeff Hopkins. 



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On that fall morning in 1958 when the class of 
1962 entered the still-unfinished modern school 
building on Grassy-Gutter Road I was one of those 
trembling freshmen who edged gingerly through the 
doorway. 

Ah . . . the good old days ... I remember our 
class's first days at Longmeadow High School: each 
morning we assembled inside a bare framework of 
cement and steel called a "homeroom." I didn't 
need a place for my coat, because lack of heat in the 
"frosh wing" forced me to wear it all the time. 

The first thing of importance that I did was to 
elect class officers. Tim Paige was elected president, 
Mary Ellen Mulkerin, vice-president, Cynthia Moyer, 
secretary, and Jim Pool, treasurer. These four offi- 
cers also represented me on the Student Council. 

Trying to join as many activities as possible, I 
enthusiastically entered the Science Fair, and, al- 
though I didn't win, Carolyn Young and Molly 
Garrels from my class received an honorable mention 
for their display of Ralph (who, in case you've for- 
gotten, was a chicken). In auditioning for "The 
Matchmaker," my nervousness was so apparent that 
the part when to someone else. However, my class 
was represented in the cast by Pam Carson and Joan 
Raffeld. As a meek freshman, I obediently took 
part in the lunch strike. (Even in those days, we 
had American chop suey every other Monday!) 
Needless to say, the rebellion didn't improve the 
lunches to any noticeable degree. 

I remember "April in Paris," the freshman dance 
organized by my class advisors, Mr. Aldrich and 
Mrs. Leab. Tim Paige served as chairman of the 
dance, but despite his efforts, the boys sat on one 
side, the girls on the other, and the dance went 
into the red. 

In March, the basketball team entered the Small 
Schools Tournament where it was beaten in the finals 
by St. Joseph's. The girls had no physical education 
classes the first half-year and used the two extra 
study periods to advantage. (In those days I couldn't 
go to the library without a pass.) 

Sophomore year brought a change of advisors: 
Mrs. Wanegar replaced Mrs. Leab, who became fresh- 
man advisor. Once more, Tim Paige was elected 




president and Cynthia Moyer, secretary. Betsy Russell 
was chosen vice-president, and Carolyn Cummings, 
treasurer. Serving me on Student Council were 
Tim Paige, Bob Rossow, Cynthia Moyer, and Carolyn 
Young. 

My first money-making project after entering high 
school was the sophomore dance, "Winter Whirl," 
organized by Roberta Goldberg. Soon after that 
affair came the school play, which found Jerianne 
Alberti and Cynthia Moyer as understudies for two 
of the six roles in "Papa is All." 

Our basketball team was again selected for the 
Small Schools Tournament at Amherst. However, 
we were defeated in the finals, this time by Amherst 
Regional High. For the girls, gym classes were once 
more in full swing. At the Girls' Sport Night, held 
in April, Mary Ellen Mulkerin, White Team, and 
Carolyn Young, Jet Team, were chosen as co-captains 
of their respective teams for junior year. At the 
end of the year, Dede Wiley was selected to write 
for "Spotlight on Youth," a Sunday newspaper 
column about the school. 

In my junior year, I became a true upperclass- 
man. In the election of class officers, Tim Paige 
became president for a third term and Carol Young, 
secretary. Vice-president was Bob Rossow, and treas- 
urer, Carolyn Cummings. Tim was elected vice-presi- 
dent of the Student Council, Tom Clarke, treasurer, 
and Carolyn Young, secretary, as, the Junior Class 
swept three of four possible offices. Bob Rossow 
was the fourth council representative. 

Turning to sports, I enjoyed watching several 
amazingly successful Lancer teams. The Lancer foot- 
ball team went undefeated, winning seven games. 
Tom Clarke was selected for the All-Independent 
football team after the season. In hockey, Longmea- 
dow took the Suburban League crown and went to 
the state tournament in Boston. There they lost a 
close game to powerful Woburn. Our basketball team 
had lost only one game at the end of the regular 
season, and we were invited to the Small Schools 
Tournament in Amherst. There we gained the finals 
for the third time. Spring brought fame to LHS 
when our girls won the Massachusetts girls' gymnas- 
tic title. Two outstanding junior performers were 
Carolyn Young and Betsy Russell. 

Near the end of winter, Molly Garrels's family 
moved to England. Forty classmates and I, accom- 
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, chartered a bus and 
rode to New York at 5 a.m. on the morning of her 
departure. After I had seen Molly off, I toured New 
York city. Arriving home both "beat" and broke, 
I went straight to bed. In February, the Junior Prom 
was held to the music of Tony Ravosa's band. It 
was a tremendous financial success, thanks to the 
generosity of Cora Whittum's dad, who supplied the 
tickets. The dance got under way when Dave 
Charlesworth and Pat Thomas were elected king 
and queen of the snowiest "Mardi Gras" ever seen in 
the United States. Dance co-chairmen Jim Pool and 
Pam Carson were aided by several efficient com- 
mittee chairmen: Decorations — Roberta Goldberg 
and Betsy Russell; Tickets — Jack Keiser and Mary 
Ellen Mulkerin; Publicity — Bill Ferris; Band — 
Neil Markson; Invitations — Cynthia Moyer; Re- 
freshments — Joanne Barreca; and Transportation 
— Bob Hoff. 



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The remainder of the winter was notable for two 
outstanding events, the annual Science Fair, and the 
successful production of Longmeadow High School's 
first musical, "Oklahoma." Several of my classmates 
received awards; Ron Finn, Myron Kaplan, and Neil 
Homstead received prizes in chemistry. Ron and 
Myron won first place and Neil was second; Bob 
Rossow, with senior John Sellers, took second in 
biology. In "Oklahoma" John Wickstead made his 
debut as the leading male singer; Andy Cox starred 
as the flirtatious "Ado Annie"; and Cynthia Moyer 
played the part of "Gertie," a prominent supporting 
role. 

In the spring, LHS made plans to select its first 
American Field Service exchange student. A fund 
drive was organized by student representatives Jim 
Pool and Betsy Russell, and the names of six candi- 
dates were finally submitted. From these six (Jeri- 
anne Alberti, Pam Carson, Tom Clarke, Cynthia 
Moyer, Dede Wiley, and Carolyn Young), Tom 
Clarke was selected by the New York office to visit 
Denmark during the summer. I remember hearing 
of Tom's selection while attending a rehearsal for 
Funday, another important spring ritual sponsored 
by the Student Council. "Funners" from our class 
were prominent in "Gremlin U.," "The Hula Wa- 
hines," "The Dixieland Five," and several other 
specialty acts. The contributions of the Class of "62" 
helped to make Funday, 1961, the most successful 
one the school had had. 

Many juniors received special recognition at the 
end of the year. Tom Clarke, Neil Markson, David 
Charlesworth, and Myron Kaplan received the Har- 
vard, Dartmouth, Williams, and Brown Book Awards, 
respectively; David Charlesworth and Myron Kaplan 
were selected for Boys' State and Neil Markson was 
chosen as their alternate. Kitty Kaynor was selected 
for Girls' State, and Jerianne Alberti was chosen her 
alternate. Ginny Shakour was appointed Governor's 
Aide for the Exposition. Carolyn Cummings was 
chosen captain of the cheerleaders and Cynthia Moyer 
captained the Drill Team. Several weeks later, in 
anticipation of our own graduation, I eagerly watched 
as Carolyn Young and Tom Clarke led the Class of 
1961 into the auditorium for the closing ceremonies 
of its senior year. 

Our new principal, Mr. Edgar G. Craver, was the 
first to greet me and my friends in the fall of our 
senior year. Zombies in appearance, but students at 
heart, we were suddenly bogged down by the re- 
sponsibility of leadership in our senior year, by the 
extra homework (Mr. Lopes had returned!), and 
by a multitude of college applications. The Masack- 
sic, edited by Ginny Shakour, who was assisted by 
Junior Karen Stothert, became bigger and better than 
ever. The Jet Jotter, organized by Pam Carson and 



Dede Wiley, also grew, astonishing the students with 
two six-page issues. 

Early in the fall, "The Mystery Hop," run by 
newly-elected class officers, Tom Clarke, president; 
Jeff Hopkins, vice-president; Cynthia Moyer, secre- 
tary; and Carolyn Cummings, treasurer, featured Jim 
Pool and Joe Rowland as the mystery "deejays." At 
a class meeting in October, a new law, introduced 
by politico John Adiletti, was received enthusiasti- 
cally by my class. It stated that no senior could be 
both a Student Council member and a class officer; 
in this way we hoped to encourage more students to 
participate in student government. Serving as Council 
president was David Charlesworth, while Carolyn 
Young was again elected secretary. Tim Paige and 
Bob Rossow represented me on the Council, along 
with honorary member, Gilla Richter, our witty and 
poised exchange student from Germany, a welcome 
addition to the class. 

The football team captained by Tom Clarke and 
Jeff Hopkins, finished with an impressive 7 — 1 re- 
cord, including an easy triumph over arch-rival Clas- 
sical. The soccer team, with Tim Paige and Jack 
Keiser as captains, ended with a 8 — 5 — 1 record. 
Jack Keiser, Bill Simons, Tim Paige, and Jay Deely 
were mentioned on the All-Pioneer Valley soccer 
team, and Tom Clarke and Jeff Hopkins were selected 
for the All-Western Massachusetts football team. 
The basketball season was very thrilling — almost 
every game was close. Although I was disappointed 
when we were not invited to a post-season tourna- 
ment, I felt the team's 8 — 5 record represented a 
successful season. The hockey team, coached by Mr. 
Ryder in Mr. Ness's year-long absence, was not so 
fortunate. We lost all but three games, although 
we did upset league champion West Springfield in 
a close game. 

Towards the middle of the year, the Essay Contest 
results were finally announced. Jim Pool received 
a typewriter; Kitty Kaynor, an unabridged dictionary; 
and Mary Ellen Mulkerin, a collegiate dictionary, for 
their papers on "Our American Heritage." Soon after 
that, Carolyn Young was chosen to receive the DAR 
award. 

"The Skin of Our Teeth," a unique comedy, was 
presented in the spring. Andy Cox once more cap- 
tured the audience' with her naive statements as 
the maid. Al Wood and Pam Carson, as husband 
and wife, added amusing touches to the plot, while 
Bill Ferris portrayed their rebellious son. 

This is the history so far, but there is another 
chapter yet to be added — Senior Week! Senior 
Month! and then, for most, Freshman Year all over 
again. As the years go by, I will read over this 
record many times, each time more proudly — for I 
MADE HISTORY. 



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NAME 

Phil Ackley 
Norman Adams 
John Adiletti 
Jerianne Alberti 
Rondy Alstrom 
Terry Amyx 
Sue Arnold 
Billy Aronson 
Judy Atkinson 
Brad Babb 
Sue Bardach 
Barb Benton 
Barb Benzell 
Lois Blackburn 
Neil Blanchette 
Joe Bottone 
Pete Brand 
Joyce Cantwell 
Pam Carson 
Sandy Carter 
Midge Cay on 
Cheryl Chalke 
Dave Charlesworth 
Jim Christensen 
Pete Christie 
Tom Clarke 
John Condon 
Polli Cone 
Doug Cordis 
Andy Cox 
Carolyn Cummings 
Jay Deely 
Paul DeNecchio 
Pam Dowling 
Charlie Downton 
Jack Egan 
Jhon Ehrlich 
John Farrell 
Bill Ferris 
Ronnie Finn 
Margie Fisher 
Bill Godfrey 
Barb Goff 
Howie Goldberg 
Roberta Goldberg 
Art Haaxma 
Wynne Harkless 
Leslie Harkless 



ALWAYS 

around 

content 

complaining 

trying 

efficient 

perplexed 

going to Trinity 

leaving school early 

embarrassed 

smooth 

gossiping 

peppy 

shouting 

saying "Oh, cut it out" 

drawing 

going fishing 

collegiate 

independent 

original 

chewing gum 

short 

well-informed 

active 

walking on Williams Street 

bombing around 

a pro 

at Friendly's 

creative 

going 15 

dieting 

class treasurer 

pleasant 

flirting 

"Droll" 

puzzled 

talking 

worrying 

late 

disputatious 

delivering newspapers 

with Judy 

telling jokes 

sewing 

in a Cadillac 

active 

studying vocabulary 

non-conforming 

missing 



WILL BE 

a handkerchief salesman 

a scientist 

a politican 

a world traveler 

a heart breaker 

a telephone operator 

a house- wife 

sports car dealer 

a medical secretary 

a bachelor 

a physical therapist 

"Huey Duck" 

U. of M. program director 

a teacher 

a mechanic 

an architect 

a bartender 

a good secretary 

a travel agent 

married 

a giant 

a nurse 

successful 

a waiter 

the world's biggest exaggerator 

a psychologist 

a contractor 

a poetess 

going 20 

an actress 

a comedienne 

a coach 

an insurance agent 

a gym teacher 

an astronomer 

a beachcomber 

a lawyer 

a truant officer 

important 

a spaceman 

a librarian 

a car salesman 

a social worker 

a playboy 

an artist 

a Boston Taxi driver 

a playboy 

mother of ten 



REMEMBERED BY OR FOR 

his foreign car 

his paper route 

the "Ruby" 

her courtesy 

her early acceptance 

Clairol 

her clothes 

his blue eyes 

her ranks 

the Cape 

her loans 

her trampoline 

her sax 

her quiet ways 

his cars 

his scooter 

his football fans 

room 3 

her naivete 

Brad and Pete 

The Rainbow Girls 

Stamford, Conn. 

the Student Council 

Mr. Burkle 

his stick Buick 

several girls 

his pickup truck 

her reading 

his race track 

her roles 

Mr. Warner 

Pam 

his accidents 

her frankness 

J. A. 

his driving 

class of '61 

his curly hair 

coat-checking 

NHS 

her slim waist 

his pastimes 

Leaders Club 

his math class 

her dance committees 

his comments 

his philosophy 

just about everybody 




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NAME 


ALWAYS 


WILL BE 


REMEMBERED BY OR FOR 


Tom Harrelson 


"Pinky" 


a professional dancer 


his blush 


John Harten 


sleeping in homeroom 


a pumpkin grower 


his Yogi hat 


Cindy Hayes 


fun loving 


a getaway car driver 


"Hazel" 


Betty Hernberg 


fiddling 


a mother 


her talent 


Ann Hinkson 


silly 


a JA advisor 


her dog 


John Hitz 


on traffic 


a chemist 


Connie 


Marti Hobart 


sincere 


a stocking salesgirl 


the Red Cross 


Al Hoekstra 


in room 3 


a florist 


his homeroom 


Bob Hoff 


saying "Mmm . . . m" 


a teamster 


his soccer 


Fred Hollister 


The "Moose" 


a comedian 


Funday '61 


Paula Holmgren 


neat 


a seamstress 


her car 


Neil Homstead 


"Bumstead" 


an FBI agent 


his English class 


Jeff Hopkins 


serious 


a professional baseball player 


Ginny 


John Hunter 


visiting U. of M. 


a musician 


the Dixieland band 


Ronnie Johnston 


"Scotty" 


one of the boys 


his New York trips 


Tom Kamp 


slim 


an engineer 


his height 


Myron Kaplan 


selling something 


a success 


the Jet Jotter 


Myra Katten 


well dressed 


a retailer 


her garage 


Kitty Kaynor 


vivacious 


a Vassar graduate 


her problems 


Scott Keil 


calm 


a gymnast 


his comments 


Jack Keiser 


with Pat 


a health office inspector 


the soccer squad 


Keith Kitchner 


clowning 


a Marlboro salesman 


the LHS faculty 


Maxine Krim 


writing letters 


a home ec. teacher 


her cheerfulness 


Kenny Lang 


organizing 


a potato chip man 


Mrs. Wanegar's plants 


Judy Laubinger 


sociable 


a track star 


her laugh 


Sally Lawrence 


doing her homework 


a novelist 


her honesty 


Sherry Leeper 


mixed-up 


a painter 


Mrs. Martin 


Larry Leveton 


"Casey" 


a dentist 


his objections 


Carol Levin 


gullible 


a Southern belle 


her Classical interest 


Mark Levine 


busy 


a photographer 


Mr. Pratt 


Nancy Lichter 


flirting 


a Madison Avenue playgirl 


everybody who's taller 


Terry Long 


without her shoes 


a millionairess 


her "wild twist" 


Sandy Macgregor 


seems confused 


tall 


her Cornell pin 


Jean MacLeod 


genuine 


a teacher 


F. T. A. 


Linda Marcy 


with Neil 


a math teacher 


her ID 


Bob Margolis 


unprepared 


a salesman 


his picture at Loring's 


Neil Markson 


cynical 


a governor 


the boy in French IV 


Marc Miller 


a Democrat 


a plumber 


his individualism 


Bruce Milton 


working on his car 


a self-made man 


his carburetors 


Kathy Moakler 


in the library 


a math major 


her party after the prom 


Ann Moran 


mischievous 


a marriage counselor 


saying "let's grow" 


Cindy Moyer 


Versatile 


missed 


"Gerty" 


Mary Ellen Mulkerin 


on the Jet Team 


a skier 


the patrons committee 


Ann Murphy 


"school-spirited" 


a nurse 


her popularity 


Jim Nelson 


"Red" 


a transfer student 


his good looks 


Joanne Nitkowski 


with Paula 


a Palmolive girl 


the Latin Banquet 


John Norton 


in the band room 


a soldier 


the alma mater 


Rich Norton 


running the gang 


a safecracker 


his "rag" top car 


Danny O'Connor 


fixing his car 


a prankster 


his humor 




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NAME 

Timmy Paige 
Helene Ponce 
Jim Pool 
Lad Price 
Jon Pringle 
Judy Proctor 
John Puffer 
Tom Rachele 
Gay Ranslow 
Judy Rawles 
Mary Ellen Reidy 
Gilla Richter 
Sandy Roach 
Paul Rodman 
Bob Rossow 
Betsy Russell 
Ginny Shakour 
Gay Shattuck 
Lin Shea 
Judy Shindler 
Ed Shore 
Jan Silansky 
Rick Simmons 
Paula Simonds 
Bill Simons 
Marlene Slater 
Roger Souliere 
Carol Sowers 
Sandy Steinberg 
Bill Sunter 
Bonnie Sutherland 
Andy Szanto 
Pat Thomas 
Anne Vecchiarelli 
Madaline Vecchiarelli 
Doug Volk 
Bill Waiksnoris 
Laura Wallace 
Mary Ann Ward 
Fred Wayland 
Paul Weidner 
Scott Wellman 
Cora Whittum 
John Wickstead 
Dede Wiley 
Fred Wilson 
Al Wood 
Carolyn Young 



ALWAYS 

late 

twisting 

"J. P." 

commenting 

with Carolyn 

tutoring 

"Smiley" 

the cashier 

writing letters 

with a new boy 

talking 

witty 

with Mel 

sarcastic 

friendly 

giggling 

stylish 

frantic 

in love 

laughing 

joshing 

cool 

reading Playboy 

a redhead 

"the Greek" 

inquiring 

out of homeroom 

the life of the party 

talking about Miami 

good natured 

smiling 

doodling 

with Jackie 

noisy 

tiny 

diving 

unorganized 

ecstatic 

engaged 

grinning 

day dreaming 

in the dark 

writing letters 

talking 

snowed 

reading comics 

thinking 

energetic 



WILL BE 

a doctor 

a sports car dealer 

"Joe College" 

a mechanic 

speedster 

a Latin teacher 

a contractor 

a CPA 

a secretary 

an airline stewardess 

a cosmetic dealer 

a linguist 

a typist 

an optometrist 

a diplomat 

an actress 

"Mrs. America" 

another Abby 

a Madison Ave. model 

a vice-principal 

a veterinarian 

cooler 

a motorcycle policeman 

an oil well owner 

a banker 

a cosmetic salesgirl 

an electrician 

the life of more parties 

a South American authority 

a pharmacist 

an Eastern star 

a car hop 

"Miss America" 

a secretary 

an artist 

a bicycle salesman 

a major 

a bridge teacher 

a long-haired beauty 

a druggist 

an M.C. 

a haberdasher 

a physicist 

a singer 

a Sorbonne student 

a parking lot attendant 

an actor 

perpetually happy 



REMEMBERED BY OR FOR 

his absentmindedness 

Crisco 

his sportsmanship 

his sharp car 

Mrs. McTaggart 

Mrs. Leab 

his Model A 

Mr. Dankevich 

her cough 

her drastic changes 

her gum chewing 

the Class of '62 

the Stateline boys 

his large vocabulary 

his casts 

the boys 

her brother's friends 

her dimples 

"Where the Boys Are" 

her friendliness 

his glasses 

his coolness 

Mr. Suher 

her powerful Pontiac 

his triangles 

her laugh 

the band 

the Junior Boys 

her questions in class 

his MG 

her "cop car" 

her diets 

her appetite 

her fingernails 

her classes 

"Chuckles" 

his smoothness 

"Weasel" 

New Jersey 

his "carrot top" 

accounting 

"Photo by Wellman" 

Ted 

his drums 

her stately beauty 

his Renault 

his blond hair 

her personality 




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We, the Class of 1962, being of sound minds and bodies do hereby 
declare this to be our last will and testament and bequeath the follow- 
ing: 

Tom Clarke leaves football and girls for more football and girls. 

Jeff Hopkins leaves . . . smiling. 

Cindy Moyer leaves in a cloud of smoke. 

Carolyn Cummings leaves for the University of Massachusetts. 

Gilla Richter leaves . . . but we hope she will return. 

A certain group of Seniors leaves the pumpkin fields empty! 

Bill Godfrey leaves to L.H.S. everything he can't take with him. 

Tim Paige forgets to leave! 

The football team leave their pink pillows to Coaches D'Agostino and Ursprung. 

Droll and Jay leave together. 

Kitty Kaynor leaves her bottle of peroxide to a daring Junior girl. 

Kenny Lang leaves "The Organization" in the capable hands of Joey Rowland. 

John Hunter leaves on High "C" 

The Masacksic business staff leaves Room 2 a mess. 

Judy Shindler leaves her father. 

Room 14 leaves Miss Landry a bottle of tranquilizers. 

"Weasel" leaves the flying rings empty. 

Al Wood leaves L.H.S. ... for the last time. 

Nancy Lichter leaves Paula to keep an eye on the boys. 

The class of "62" leaves Ray's Grinders to anyone with a seasoned stomach. 

Ginny Shakour leaves her lover's hideaway to Miss Maclntyre. 

John Condon leaves . . . Surprise! 

Sandy Steinberg leaves — debating the point. 

Carol Sowers leaves her boys to anyone who can handle them. 

The Driver Education Students leave a crash helmet to Mr. Finkelhoff. 

The Seniors leave 145 empty desks to 250 Freshman. 

John Wickstead leave on his two left wheels. 

Gay Shattuck leaves her dimples to Mr. Lopes. 

The Senior girls leave Mr. Warner . . . regretfully. 

John Norton leaves a candelabra to next year's Liberace. 

The Senior Class leaves singing "Zombi Jamboree". 

Helene Ponce leaves a jar of mustard to next year's ham. 

The class of 1962 leaves Ann Murphy to keep a maternal eye on the school. 

Jim Pool leaves an autographed picture to his many "fans." 

To the class of "63" we leave the saying: "Don't learn the tricks of the trade; learn the 

trade." 
To the faculty of L.H.S. we leave gratitude for their help and the patience shown us 

during the past four years. 
In conclusion, the class of "62" departs, hoping that with our effort, enthusiasm, and 

determination we have done our part to leave L.H.S. "just a little bit better." 
We, the Seniors, on this tenth day of ]une, in the year of our Lord 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-two, in the town of Long- 
meadow, County of Hampden, and the state of Massachusetts, do 
hereby solemnly affix our names. 

Witnesses: 

AMANDA WANEGAR 
GEORGE ALDKTCH 





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Mr. and Mrs. Edson R. Dorman, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Dowling 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Dyson 

Mr. and Mrs. Benn R. Eckstein 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Egan 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Ekmejian 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Farrell 

Mr. and Mrs. John Faubian 

Major and Mrs. V. W. Ferguson 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore V. Ferris 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Finn 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finn 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Reid G. Fordyce 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Friendlander 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Frisbie 

Mrs. Alwyn C. Gale 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gibson 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Godfrey 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Goff 

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Goldberg 

Mrs. Selden E. Goldstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Goodell 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Greenwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Gregory 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Grossman 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Guistina 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haaxma 

Dr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Hardy 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Harrelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney T. Harrington 

Mr. and Mrs. John T Harten 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hastie 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Henry 

Mrs. John F. Hernberg 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hinkson 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill S. Hobart 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Hoekstra 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoff 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hollister, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Homstead 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Holmgren 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Holter 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Hopkins 

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hunter, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hulit 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Jacobsohn 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kamp 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Karcz 

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Katten 

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Kaynor, Jr. 

Mr. George C. Keady, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. M Clayton Keiser 






Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kimball 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Kimball 
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kitchener 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph G. Kraft 
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave A. Krein 
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Krohne 
Mr. Jack Kushner 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuzon 
Mr. Alton J. Lan 
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lane 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lang 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Laubinger 
Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lawton 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Leeper 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Leers 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Leety 
Mr. and Mrs. Max Levin 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine 
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Licht 
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald I. Lichter 
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Long 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Lyman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Lynch 
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. MacGregor 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander MacLeod 
Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Mahoney 
Miss Amy Marcuson 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Marcy 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Margolis 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Markson 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Matulewicz 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mauterstock 
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mayock 
Dr. and Mrs. Mendel Mazer 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Melvin 
Dr. and Mrs. Harry N. Memery 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Meunier 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Warren Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. T P. Milton 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moakler 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moran 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Moriarty 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Moyer 
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mudgett 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Mulkerin 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Nannen 
Mr. Joseph S. Nelson 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nitkowski 
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt S. Norton 
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. O'Connor 
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Donnell 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Page 
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Paige 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Parker 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Patterson 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin F. Pierce 
Dr. and Mrs. Norbert Platzer 
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham H. Ponce 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Pool 
Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Potter 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Price, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Pringle 
Mr. and Mrs. William Proctor 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Puffer 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Eliot Purdy 
Mr. and Mrs. Grant J. Ranslow 
Mr. and Mrs. Linwood B. Regan 



Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richter 
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Rickless 
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rivchin 
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott S. Roberts 
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Rock, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rodman 
Mr. and Mrs. Amedio Raimondi 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Rossow 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Routson 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rowland 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Russell, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander B. Russell 
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Shatz 
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Shakour 
Mr. and Mrs. Clark W. Shattuck 
Mr. and Mrs. James Shields 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Shindler 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Shore 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sickel, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Siegel 
Mr. and Mrs. Julius R. Siegel 
Mr. and Mrs. John Silansky 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Simmons 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Simonds 
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Simons 
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Sinish 
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Siver 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sokolowski 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sowers 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steinberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J; Stentaford 
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Sterritt 
Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart 
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stretter 
Mrs. Raymond Strople 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Stothert 
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Summersgill 
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sunter 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sutherland 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Szanto 
Mr. and Mrs. Able R. Talbot 
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Temple, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Terry 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester I. Thomas 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tiedgen 
Mrs. Ruth B. Valliere 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vecchiarelli 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Volk 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Wallace 
Major and Mrs. W. J. Waiksnoris 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walter 
Mr. Edward J. Waskiewicz 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Wayland, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Webster 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Weeks 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Wessendorf 
Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Whitehead 
Mr. and Mrs. John Wickstead 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Wiley 
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford V. Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. David Wolk 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Wood 
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J. Yodlowski 
Mrs. Robert Young 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Young, III 
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Zundell 



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Manager 

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ALAMAC KNITTING MILLS, INC. 

34 FRONT STREET 
INDIAN ORCHARD MASSACHUSETTS 



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JOSEPH H. ROWLAND 
Regional Sales Manager 

20 Wenonah Place 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



NAGLE PHARMACY 


MASS. WHOLESALE 
DRUG CO. 


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69 SUMNER AVENUE 


162 PAGE BLVD. 


SPRINGFIELD 


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HOUSE 
BANQUETS 

Our Specialty 

A FLOORS Of 

ACCOMMODATIONS 



15 MARKET STREET DC A.QQQO 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. RE U"TO J M* 



CHIPPY'S 
BARBER SHOP 



786 Williams Street 



Longmeadow 



Massachusetts 



OKUN'S 

"With the Red Canopy" 

1891 Main Street 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



Modern, Traditional, 

Early American Furniture 

General Electric Appliances 



Best Wishes to the Class of '62 

E. J. CORCORAN CO. 

Plumbing and Heating 
434 Bliss Road 



Longmeadow 



Massachusetts 



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SUPER MARKETS 

483 BELMONT AVENUE 
SPRINGFIELD 




It isn't a home . . . until it's planted! 

LAWNS — Care, Plantings 

Asphalt Paving 

Landscape Contractors 

Thomas P. Ryland Co., Inc. 

Telephone REpublic 4-7943 
67 JAMES ST. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Telephone REpublic 6-4711 

I. M. PRESS 
FORMAL SHOP 

"We Will Impress You 
With Our Service" 




CORRECT FORMAL DRESS \owd CUSTOM 

Tuxedos, Full Dress, Cutaways 
Strollers, White Dinner Jackets 
All Accessories 



326 DWIGHT STREET 
Springfield, Massachusetts 





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SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 




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Congratulations and . Best Wishes 




to 




The Class of 1962 


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H. KLEMPNER CO. 




Wholesale Jewelers 


140 LYMAN STREET 




SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 


60 Vernon Street 




Springfield 



Congratulations to the class of '62 



L0NGMEAD0W COMMUNITY 



MARKETS 




901 SHAKER ROAD 



138 LONGMEADOW STREET 



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Valley Cinema Inc. and 


Gage and Die Co., Inc. 


Valley Sound Corp. 


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11 RAMAH CIRCLE 


958 STATE STREET 


AGAWAM MASS. 


SPRINGFIELD MASS. 



WALTER WHITTUM'S INC. 

yjyt Would be impossible to print here any thought 
impressive enough to cause the reader to buy printing 
from us at some future time. We will not try. We have 
paid money for space in which to express our best wishes 
to those to whom this yearbook is dedicated. We hope 
we will still be producing fine problem - solving printing 
when some of the graduates become purchasing agents. 

WALTER WHITTUM, INC. 

Springfield, Massachusetts 



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Show Place of Western 


477 LONGMEADOW STREET 


Massachusetts 


Longmeadow, Massachusetts 





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MANUFACTURING 

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BLOOM'S 


Ark ay invites 


PHOTO SUPPLY 


You . . . 




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211-213 WORTHINGTON STREET 


Summer Line 


Springfield, Mass. 






ARKAY 




12 VERNON STREET 


Telephone REpublic 7-3567 


SPRINGFIELD MASS. 



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FOREST PRODUCTS CO. 


KELLY-FRADET 
LUMBER CO., INC. 


OF EAST LONGMEADOW, INC. 


557 NORTH MAIN STREET 




East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 


Lumber — Paints — Hardware 


RE 3-6681 


Millwork — Free Estimating 
Kitchen Cabinets — Pine — Hardwoods 


Everything in Building Materials 
for the Home Owner 


Formica 


Open all day Saturday 


95 SHAKER ROAD 


We give S&H Green Stamps 




Local Representative: 


East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 


E. J. "Ned" Cummings 


Telephone ST 8-7095 — LA 5-3337 


186 WILLIAMS STREET 
Longmeadow, Mass. 



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LONGMEADOW BARBER SHOP 

Anthony Alaimo, Proprietor 
16 BLISS ROAD 




Headquarters for charms and charm bracelets — sterling or gold 



M. J. KITTREDGE INC. 



JEWELERS 




1354 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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ON THE GREEN 

Josephine M. Lucas, "Prop. 

9 CHANDLER AVENUE 
Cor. Chandler Ave. & Longmeadow 

LONGMEADOW, MASS. 

Tel. LO 7-5643 

Instant Hair Dryers 



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KELLOGG A. F. SMITH 


BRIGHTWOOD 


INC. 


HARDWARE 


Builders of Distinctive Homes 


One Stop Repair Center 




Bicycle 




Electrical Appliances 


Homes and, lots for sale 
in 


Lawnmowers 
Handyman Service 


Longmeadow 


Pickup & Delivery Service 


—office— 


LONGMEADOW SHOPPING 


134 HILLCREST AVENUE 


CENTER 


Longmeadow, Mass. 


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Best Wishes to the 
Class of '62' 

TED MILTON 
Select Cars 



565 MEMORIAL AVE. 



West Springfield 



Mass. 




Congratulations 

to the 
Class of %2' 

GUTHRIE FENCE CO. 
Inc. 



765 COLUMBUS AVENUE 




Massachusetts 



H. L. ROSS COMPANY 
Inc. 

W. H. Jacques, Pres. and Treas. 

7 Market St. Springfield, Mass. 

Office and Sales Room 
Tel. RE 2-1323 — RE 3-5784 

INTERIOR DECORATORS 
PAINTING CONTRACTORS 

Distinctive Wall Coverings 
and Wall Papers 

Retail Paints 

Barreled Sunlight Paint Co. 

M. J. Merkin Paint Co. 

Satin Luminall 

Minwax 



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CORRUGATED SHIPPING CASES 



CHICOPEE, MASSACHUSETTS 




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ENJOY 


SPORTS CARS OF SPFLD. INC. 


Excellent Food 


"Buy with Confidence" 


Congenial Atmosphere 
Attentive Service 


Mercedes-Benz . . . Auto Union . . . DKW 
M.G.A Austin-Healey . . . Sprite 


THE STUDENT PRINCE 


Hillman . . . Alpine . . . Morris 


AND 


Humber 


FORT RESTAURANT 


567 MAIN ST. ST 8-0979 


FORT ST. (Just off MAIN) 


Springfield, Mass. 


Springfield, Massachusetts 



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CIA. 
CICIARELLI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

The Home of Complete Insurance Service 

United Benefit Life Insurance Co. 

Life — Old Age — Retirement — Annuities 

Underwriters for America's Foremost General Insurance Companies 

Automobile — Fire — Marine — Bonds — Burglary — Glass — Casualty 

"Head office" 

91 Broadway 
Springfield 3, Mass. 

"District office" 

Suite 209 

332 Main Street 

Worcester, Mass. 



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WELFARE AND OUR 

REPUTATION AT 

AGAWAM 
PHARMACY 

BY FILLING EVERY 
PRESCRIPTION WITH 
CARE AND 
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BUDGET PLAN, INC. 

1421 MAIN STREET 
(corner Vernon St.) 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



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BOWLING ALLEYS 

2 ORANGE STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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Di Carlo Bros., Prop. 



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Air Conditioned 



HAYDEN WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE Inc. 

245 ENFIELD STREET 
Thompsonville Connecticut 




For any room in the home visit 

Hayden Wayside Furniture 
where you will always find . . . 

QUALITY— SERVICE— SAVINGS 



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In Furniture - Rugs - Lamps - Draperies 


for 


Gifts - Decorating 
Visit 


JUNIOR 


THE RED LION SHOP, 


DRESSES 


INC. 


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627 STATE STREET 


SEPARATES 


Springfield Massachusetts 




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HALLEN CONSTRUCTION 
CO., INC. 

Pipelines and Bridges 

139 PARAMOUNT STREET 
Springfield Massachusetts 



4210 AUSTIN BOULEVARD 
Island Park New York § 




STANDARD INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO., INC. 

246 CHESTNUT STREET 
SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 



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KIMBALL CONTAINER COMPANY 

FEEDING HILLS MASSACHUSETTS 



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21 ENFIELD STREET 
Thompsonville Connecticut 

Lubrication Day or Night 

Washing — Engine Tune-ups 

Tires — Batteries — Accessories 



Hours 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. 




The Window Cleaning SERVICE 

... for Particular People 
General Cleaning Contractors 

ANDERSON & CO. 

43 WESTERN-VIEW CIRCLE 
East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



Telephone LA 5-3353 




Jewelry 



"Quality Jewelers Since 1862" 

LANDEN-TRUE INC. 

1390 MAIN STREET 



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ELCEE BUILDERS 



QUALITY HOMES 



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• Designing • Building • Equipping 

and Supplying of 

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"Bank Day" at the Lancer Savings Bank, a Junior Achievement Company, pro- 
vides the opportunity for Longmeadow High School students to save ahead for 
the things they need and want. 

But the need for saving does not end with graduation. How you handle your 
money will play an important part in your happiness, for if you spend unwisely, 
you will find your money gone and your real goals still unattained. 

Make this important decision now — that you will save regularly. Lancer bank 
books may always be used at any S.I.S. office, or we will be glad to open a new 
book if you have none. 

SPRINGFIELD INSTITUTION 
FOR SAVINGS 

63 ELM STREET 

561 SUMNER AVE. 844 STATE STREET 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

9 Springfield Street, Agawam 155 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow 




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JOSEPH CHAPDELAINE 
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154 POND VIEW DRIVE 
Springfield, Massachusetts 
Contractors and Builders 



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BOB'S 
VARIETY STORE 

"The Store With friendly Service" 
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Metal Distributors, Inc. 

177 PAGE BLVD. 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




RE 9-9611 



State Line Service Station 
and Garage 

1730 LONGMEADOW STREET 



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CARBORUNDUM 


SAM D'ANGELIS 


COMPANY 


LANDSCAPE GARDENER 






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452 MAPLE ROAD 




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Telephone LO 7-5102 





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LONGMEADOW FOOD CENTER 

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LONGMEADOW MASSACHUSETTS 



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Your Fifth Ave. Florist at the "X" 


Manufacturers of fine clothing 


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718 STATE STREET 


513 BELMONT AVENUE 

Springfield 8, Massachusetts 


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Open 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Daily 


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Air Conditioning Installation 
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RALPH D. JONES, Inc. 


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Clothiers — Haberdashers 

Republic 9-1226 

22 VERNON STREET 
Springfield, Mass. 



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Bottling Co. 

OF SPRINGFIELD, MASSAHUSETTS 
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Call Evenings 

RE 2-6752 — ST 2-2555 
RE 7-0012 

CHIEF WALMER'S 
DRIVING SCHOOL 

Dual Control Cars 
We call for you 

19 NORFOLK STREET 
Springfield, Mass. 



For the BEST in Office Equipment 
GET YOUR NEEDS AT REID'S 

A. R. REID 

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100 STATE STREET 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




PIONEER VALLEY 
REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

HAROLD M. CATLIN, Realtor 

Exclusive Representatives 

TRANSAMERICAN 
Real Estate Corp. 

471 LONGMEADOW STREET 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Telephone LO 7-3640 



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Hardware — Paint — Appliances 


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YOUR PETROLEUM NEEDS 



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KIMMELL'S 


For School Supplies, Cosmetics, and the 


Bakery & Delicatessen 


Best Luncheonette In Town 
Come To 


Birthday, Wedding & All Occasion 


BLISS PHARMACY 


Cake Our Specialty 


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Corner 


Louis H. Selwitz, Ph.G. 


William Street & Bliss Road 


Phone LO 7-3359 


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Longmeadow, Mass. 


Telephone LO 7-3304 — 7-3305 


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1207 SUMNER AVENUE 
Springfield, Mass. Tel. RE 4-9222 

Exclusive Decorator 
Wallpapers & Wallcoverings 

Hours : Daily 8-5:30 — Fri. 8 - 9 P.M. 




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REITER OLDSMOBILE 


OPTICIAN 




ALBERT J. FACEY 




Jeweler at the X 




Complete Jewelry Repair Service 




SPRINGFIELD :: MASSACHUSETTS 


34 SUMNER AVE. 


539 SUMNER AVENUE 


Springfield, Mass. 


573 BELMONT AVENUE 






SUNTER'S 
DRUG STORE 



165 OAKLAND STREET 



Springfield, Mass. 



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Homes of Distinction 
By Roy Provencher 

21 PRIMROSE DRIVE 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



Telephone LO 7-3970 




YERRALL & YERRALL 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 

44 Vernon Street 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

Specializing in sale of 
residential property in 
Springfield and its suburbs 

Longmeadow representatives: 

MRS. HELEN H. SEABURY 
160 Westmoreland Avenue 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

MRS. MATTHEW J. BACHULUS 

33 Teabord Dr. 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

MRS. FRANCES M. WOODWARD 

59 Ridge Road 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



BAY PATH 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Courses of Study: 

Executive Secretarial 

Medical Secretarial 

Liberal Arts 



588 Longmeadow Street Telephone LO 7-3371 Longmeadow, Mass. 




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Best Wishes and Good, Luck 

to the 

CLASS OF 1962 

From The 

ALBERT T. WOOD 

POST 175 
AMERICAN LEGION 



Interstate Tire 

and 
Brake Stores 

Inc. 



Growing with YOU . . . 



tomorrow's leaders 



GAS is widely accepted as a fuel for most Domestic, Com- 
mercial and Industrial applications where any form of heat is 
required. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company is growing rapidly and 
has doubled its sale of GAS in the last five year. GAS IS IN 
CONSTANT DEMAND and the industry has tremendous op- 
portunities for YOU . . . whether you are looking for unlimited 
job opportunities or just wish to secure the best in appliances. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company now serves nearly 2,000 homes in 
Longmeadow and we sincerely hope to serve you! 



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Frequent Bus Service 


Phone LO 7-3364 


between Longmeadow 




and Springfield 


TRADING POST 


WHITE CIRCLE LINE 


PHARMACY 


THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 


903 SHAKER ROAD 


Tel. RI 5-6141 


Longmeadow, Massachusetts 


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Coaches available for 


Full Line of Cosmetics 


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FRANK M. PAGE INC. 

"Artistry In Flowers" 

Daily deliveries to Springfield 
and suburbs 

43 MAPLE STREET 
East Longmeadow Mass. 




Telephone LA 5-3929 



"Fashions With A Future" 


MORAN SALES CO., INC. 


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1264 UNION STREET 


684 BELMONT AVENUE 


West Springfield, Massachusetts 


2 Blocks Beyond the X 






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When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting 
for you. You'll love the friendly new people you meet. And you'll 
like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for 
advancement and the many additional benefits that make working 
for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. 

Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training 
program which you can enter without any previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before 
you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you 
when and where to apply. 



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Editor-in-Chief Ginny Shakour 

Assistant Editor Karen Stothert 

Literary Editor Kitty Kaynor 

Art Editor Roberta Goldberg 

Assistant Art Editor Linda Silverman 

Business Managers Susan Bardach 

Barbara Benzell, Judyth Shindler 

Sales Manager Carolyn Cummings 

Patrons Editors Mary Ellen Mulkerin, 

Myra Katten 

Boys' Sports Editors David Charlesworth, 

James Pool 

Girls' Sports Editors Pam Dowling, 

Carolyn Young 

Secretary Roberta Goldberg 

Treasurer Cynthia Hayes 

Typing Editors Terry Long, Joyce Cantwell 

Photography Editors Mark Levine, Robert Hoff 

Advisor Mr. Maurice Suher 

Art Advisor Miss Lillian Erickson 

Literary Advisor Mr. Kirby Judd 



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